Kuwait - Time Bars
|Claims arising out of contract of carriage-cargo claims against the carrier for damage/shortage, carrier claims against the cargo owners for freight, damage of his cargo to other cargoes or the vessel||One year from the date of delivering the cargo|
|Claims arising outside the contract of carriage- demurrage, detention, storage, terminal costs||10 years from the date of obligation|
|Tortious Claims||3 years|
|Fraud||5 years from the date of the crime|
|Latent damage claims - negligence excluding personal injury||3 years from the date of determining who is responsible or from the date of injury|
|Personal Injury||1 year from the date of injury|
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