When does a design review go beyond the call of duty?
Although new years seem to come around with ever-increasing rapidity, just how clearly do you remember exactly what you were doing, say, six years ago? Memories inevitably fade and documents disappear. For these reasons the Limitation Act sensibly imposes a time limit within which actions must be brought. Beyond that time limit, although otherwise valid, it will be time barred and simply cannot continue.
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