Limitation Period hard-stop approaching

For many years Nova Scotia's Limitation of Actions Act has been pretty generous when it comes to starting legal action.  Most breaches had a six year limitation period, often augmented by judicial discretion for up to four additional years. 

That all began to come to an end in 2015 when the province's new Limitation of Actions Act was proclaimed in force.  Under the new legislation almost all claims must be commenced within two years, and judges have far less power to extend the deadline.