More on Private Limitation
In 1947, the U.S. Supreme Court again acknowledged the importance of the private limitation of action provision when it held, with regard to a fraternal benefit policy, that the State of South Dakota must give full faith and credit to the shortened limitation provision in the fraternal society’s constitution which was written in accordance with Ohio law even though prohibited by South Dakota law.
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