New Hampshire

STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS

Personal Property: 3 Years

Personal Injury: 3 Years

Breach of Contract (Written): 3/20 Years

Breach of Contract (Oral): 3 Years

Statute of Repose (Real Property): 8 Years

Statute of Repose (Products): 12 Years

Breach of Warranty: 4 Years

GOVERNMENT LIMITATIONS/NOTICE REQUIREMENTS

Notice required within 180 days
Suit within 3 years of loss

PIP/MED PAY SUBROGATION

PIP: NO
MED PAY: NO

CONTRIBUTORY NEGLIGENCE

Modified Comparative – 51%
Plaintiff cannot recover if 51% or more at fault (if found to be 50% at fault, plaintiff can recover)

PARENTAL RESPONSIBILITY

Limitation on Parents’ Liability: Unlimited

Liable when child under 18 causes destruction of property, and parent fails to supervise or control the child

CERTIFICATE/AFFIDAVIT OF MERIT REQUIREMENT

There is generally no requirement for filing a certificate or affidavit of merit for claims against professionals

JOINT AND SEVERAL LIABILITY

JOINT AND SEVERAL LIABILITY

applies to defendants who are 50% or more at fault
Several Liability applies to defendants whose fault is less than 50%

VICARIOUS LIABILITY

AGAINST OWNER OF VEHICLE: NO

MADE WHOLE DOCTRINE

Undecided

DEDUCTIBLE REIMBURSEMENT

No applicable statute

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