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12-544 - Bond to convey realty; partnership account; account between merchants; judgment or instrument given or made without the state; four year limitation
12-544. Bond to convey realty; partnership account; account between merchants; judgment or instrument given or made without the state; four year limitation
There shall be commenced and prosecuted within four years after the cause of action accrues, and not afterward, the following actions:
1. For the penalty or for damages on the penal clause of a bond to convey real property.
2. By one partner against his copartner for a settlement of the partnership account, or upon mutual and current accounts concerning the trade of merchandise between merchant and merchant, their factors or agents, and the cause of action shall be considered as having accrued upon a cessation of the dealings in which they were interested together.
3. Upon a judgment or decree of a court rendered without the state, or upon an instrument in writing executed without the state. This paragraph does not apply to a judgment for support, as defined in section 25-500, and to associated costs and attorney fees.
4. An action arising under the provisions of title 47, chapter 2, for breach of any contract of sale, which action shall be governed by section 47-2725, notwithstanding any other provision of this section or of section 12-543 or 12-548.