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Wilson v. Hammer Holdings, Inc.
Wilson v. Hammer Holdings, Inc., 671 F. Supp. 94 (D. Mass. 1987), rev'd, 850 F.2d 3 (1st Cir. 1988).
In this case addressing a breach of warranty of
of a purported Edouard Vuillard painting, plaintiffs were unsuccessful in their suit against Hammer Holdings because they failed to file their suit within the four-year
statute of limitations
period set by the
Uniform Commercial Code
(U.C.C.). As is the prevailing standard in most federal courts, the plaintiffs’ cause of action accrued at the time of sale, rather than . . . .
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