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A02596 Summary:

BILL NOA02596C
 
SAME ASSAME AS S05893-A
 
SPONSORMarkey (MS)
 
COSPNSRMillman, Koon, Brennan, Galef, Glick, John, Lifton, Mayersohn, Pretlow, Dinowitz, Jaffee, Latimer, Lancman, Gunther, Spano, Fields, Hikind, Rosenthal, Englebright, Espaillat, Aubry, Barron, Castro
 
MLTSPNSRBall, Burling, Clark, Errigo, Gordon, Gottfried, Jacobs, Kellner, Lupardo, Magee, Miller J, Nolan, Ramos, Russell, Scarborough
 
Amd S30.10, CP L; amd S208, add SS3012-b & 214-f, CPLR
 
Establishes the period of limitation for the prosecution of a sex offense defined in article 130 of the penal law, incest or use of a child in a sexual performance committed against a person less than eighteen years of age shall not begin to run until the person has reached the age of twenty-three or the offense is reported to law enforcement or the statewide central register of child abuse and maltreatment, whichever occurs earlier; allows civil claims or causes of action brought by any person for physical, psychological or other injury or condition suffered as a result of conduct that is a sex offense as defined in article 130 of the penal law, incest or use of a child in a sexual performance committed against a child who was less than eighteen years of age at the time shall be allowed to be commenced five years after the child reaches the age of twenty-three; revives for 1 year, any such civil claim or cause of action which was barred because the applicable statute of limitations expired.
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