10-Year Limitations Period Begins on Date Claim is Submitted, Not Date Government Sends Payment; United States District Court for the District of Utah No. 2:14-cv-00701-JNP, U.S. ex rel. Mark Christopher Tracy v. Emigration Improvement District, et al.

The district court dismissed a qui tam complaint alleging fraud on federally-funded loan programs, finding that the complaint was filed outside the statute of limitations. The relator filed his complaint more than 10 years after the defendants submitted their final request for disbursement from the loan, but slightly less than 10 years after the government […]
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