relevant claim

relevant claim
in the Scots law of prescription, a claim that will interrupt the running of the prescriptive period. Generally, for negative prescription, the claim must be by a court action served on the part, albeit a sketchy one. The rules are more complex for positive prescription.

Collins dictionary of law. . 2001.

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