Case Credit Corp. v. Thompson, 187 Neb. Deuth v. Ratigan, 256 Neb. 962 (1891). 810, 716 N.W.2d 87 (2006). 313 (1902). •Neb. McNerney v. Armstrong, 97 Neb. City of Omaha v. Clarke, 66 Neb. The district court then concluded: Plaintiff's claim against the underinsured motorist is for injuries sustained from the accident, which is a tort claim. Neb. 182, 231 N.W. 66 (1936). 343, 76 N.W. Shada appeals. 458 (1891); Marx & Kempner v. Kilpatrick, 25 Neb. - ii - Section Page 46-212.01 Transferred to section 61-209. 311 (1915). Arapahoe Village v. Albee, 24 Neb. 782 (1938). View Statute 25-205; Chapter 25 Index; View Statute 25-207 ; Chapter 25 25-206. The filing of a foreign judgment in a Nebraska court pursuant to section 25-1587.03 is not an action upon a foreign judgment within the meaning of this section. Rev. 379, 281 N.W. Code § 9.12.010(b) (1997) (battery ordinance). 55 (1939). Frye v. Sibbitt, 145 Neb. 817, 241 N.W. In opposition to Blue Cross' motion for summary judgment, Brodine asserted that the 3-year limitations period was unenforceable because it conflicted with the general 5-year statute of limitations for actions on written contracts, Neb.Rev.Stat. Payment by one of several joint debtors on note, without authority or consent of other debtors, does not toll statute of limitations as to them. An action based on breach of a written contract must be commenced within five years of accrual of a cause of action. 1981). 644, 287 N.W. 794, 279 N.W. An action upon a contract in writing must be commenced within five years after cause of action has accrued. 897, 580 N.W.2d 541 (1998). 5 46-214 Repealed. 716, 171 N.W.2d 766 (1969). Time of commencing action to reform policy of insurance stated. 111 (1927); Kern v. Kloke, 21 Neb. 253, 170 N.W. Rev. Connor v. Becker, 56 Neb. Cause bodily injury to another person; or 2. 614, 64 N.W.2d 306 (1954). Havelock Nat. Stat. Time of commencing action on promissory notes stated. 430, 288 N.W.2d 270 (1980). PDF. 173, 176 N.W. A suit to collect on a contract that is from the foreclosed deed of trust is governed by the statute of limitations found in this section, rather than the 3-month statute of limitations found in section 76-1013. 623, 279 N.W. 695 (1941). The statute of limitations provided in this section applies to an action on a contract of guaranty. Stat. 527, 7 N.W.2d 80 (1942). Rhodes v. Continental Ins. 496, 811 N.W.2d 205 (2012). 648, 345 N.W.2d 1 (1984). Fischer v. Wilhelm, 139 Neb. 71, 274 N.W. Cape Co. v. Wiebe, 196 Neb. 429, 249 N.W.2d 476 (1977). 871, 152 N.W. W. T. Rawleigh Co. v. Smith, 142 Neb. 977, 588 N.W.2d 565 (1999). 256, 13 N.W.2d 130 (1944); Bankers Surety Co. v. Willow Springs Beverage Co., 104 Neb. P. § 2-109(E) (rev. Warrant issued by a village will be barred in five years from time it becomes due. If an action for declaratory judgment under this section involves a question of fact, the parties are entitled to a jury trial. Article 2 - Commencement and Limitation of Actions, Section 25-205 - Actions on written contracts, on foreign judgments, or to recover collateral, Section 25-204 - Actions other than for the recovery of real property, Section 25-206 - Actions on oral contracts or statutory liabilities. 55 (1939). Fox v. Carman, 139 Neb. In suit on insurance policy based on presumption of death after seven years' unexplained absence, statute of limitations does not begin to run until expiration of seven-year period. (2) An action to recover collateral (a) the possession and ownership of which a debtor has in any manner transferred to another person and (b) which was used as security for payment pursuant to an agreement, contract, or promise in writing which covers farm products as described in section 9-102, Uniform Commercial Code, or farm products which become inventory of a person engaged in farming, shall be brought within eighteen months from the date possession and ownership of such collateral was transferred. § 25–2144 (Cum. 583, 298 N.W. For more detailed codes research information, including annotations and citations, please visit Westlaw. 318, 78 N.W. Kratochvil v. Motor Club Ins. 1938). Rev. 21, 59 N.W. 912 (1886). State, 283 Neb. Sandobal v. Armour & Co., 429 F.2d 249 (8th Cir. In suit on insurance policy based on presumption of death after seven years' unexplained absence, statute of limitations does not begin to run until expiration of seven-year period. Erickson v. Richardson, 86 F.2d 963 (9th Cir. 786 (1914). 313 (1902). U.C.C. Kratochvil v. Motor Club Ins. 5 46-213 Transferred to section 61-211. 458 (1891); Marx & Kempner v. Kilpatrick, 25 Neb. 3 See Lincoln Mun. Kuhse v. Luther, 130 Neb. U.C.C. Brodine v. Blue Cross Blue Shield, 272 Neb. 204, 241 N.W.2d 830 (1976). Grand View Building Assn. Suit by employee against employer for breach of written employment contract was governed by Nebraska five-year statute of limitations rather than the four-year statute of limitations relating to actions upon a contract not in writing. This section did not govern bringing of action on fire insurance policy. 25-101 - Civil action. Statute runs against married woman during coverture. Case Credit Corp. v. Thompson, 187 Neb. Ann. Miscellaneous Where there is an ongoing contractual obligation, a separate cause of action accrues at the time of each breach. 132 (1906). City of Lincoln v. Hershberger, 272 Neb. 935, 524 N.W.2d 330 (1994). City of Omaha v. Clarke, 66 Neb. Watkins v. Adamson, 113 Neb. Defense of statute of limitations was properly pleaded. 442 (1909). Time of commencing action for foreclosure of tax lien stated. Ct. R. App. § 25-208 (2020) Contract (in writing): 4 or 5 years. Stat. § 25-223. 25-205 Actions on written contracts, on foreign judgments, or to recover collateral. Stat. 140, 71 N.W. Actions on written contracts, on foreign judgments, or to recover collateral on Westlaw FindLaw Codes are provided courtesy of Thomson Reuters Westlaw, the industry-leading online legal research system. The provisions hereof shall not operate to extend the time in which to bring any action or to revive any action now barred by reason of the operation of any previously existing limitation provision. 229, 149 N.W. 631, 85 N.W. 641, 76 N.W. 713, 724 N.W.2d 321 (2006). Nebraska State Bank Liquidation Assn. 119 (1908). •Neb. Search by Keyword or Citation; Search by Keyword or Citation. 42 of Pawnee County v. First Nat. 650 (1889). 448, 300 N.W. Time of commencing action on insurance policy stated. Time of commencing action on county warrants stated. Rev. Acknowledgement sent to agencies by the Department of Aeronautics when they request a flight. 432, 43 N.W. 149, 102 N.W. Cause of Action. Nelson v. Becker, 32 Neb. 111 (1888). Assault and battery: 1 year. In opposition to Blue Cross' motion for summary judgment, Brodine asserted that the 3-year limitations period was unenforceable because it conflicted with the general 5-year statute of limitations for actions on written contracts, Neb.Rev.Stat. §25-205 •Neb. 318, 78 N.W. The statute of limitations on a note payable on demand begins to run the day after the note is executed and delivered. Five-year statute of limitations applies to a third party beneficiary under a real estate sales contract. Nelson v. Becker, 32 Neb. Prokop v. Mlady, 136 Neb. 379, 281 N.W. 25-201 - Civil actions; when commenced. Mortgage subsequently given was an acknowledgment in writing of prior note. Where there is an ongoing contractual obligation, a separate cause of action accrues at the time of each breach. 42 of Pawnee County v. First Nat. 87, 608 N.W.2d 194 (2000). § 25-1902, see flags on bad law, and search Casetext’s comprehensive legal database Prokop v. Mlady, 136 Neb. In action upon written instrument, where more than five years have elapsed from date of maturity, claimant must plead and prove facts to avoid bar of statute. Rev. Specific actions covered by statute 4. Farmers & Merchants Bank of Axtell v. Merryman, 126 Neb. 650 (1889). The statute of limitations begins to run against a contract of guaranty the moment a cause of action first accrues, and a guarantor's liability arises when the principal debtor defaults. Weiss v. Weiss, 179 Neb. Rev. No. Cashier of bank who endorsed to bank a note of which he was payee, and, instead of collecting the note as was his duty, made payments of principal and interest on note from time to time, and, in three instances marked the note extended for two years each, was estopped, when sued on his endorsement, to plead statute of limitations. v. Village of Burton, 134 Neb. DATED: April 19, 2012 BY THE COURT: 146, 69 N.W. 25-201.01 - Civil actions; savings clause; conditions. Voluntary payment of any part of principal or interest tolls statute of limitations and new right of action accrues after each payment, not tolled as to joint maker unless payment made with his authority or consent. 256, 13 N.W.2d 130 (1944); Bankers Surety Co. v. Willow Springs Beverage Co., 104 Neb. Time of commencing action on school district bonds stated. 436, 27 N.W.2d 632 (1947). 562, 675 N.W.2d 660 (2004). Print Friendly. 770 (1897). 737 (1888). 714, 140 N.W.2d 15 (1966). Rev. Wrigley v. Farmers and Merchants State Bank of Beatrice, 76 Neb. The right to retain the debt of an heir upon a promissory note from his distributive share of estate is not precluded even though action to recover upon the note is barred by the statute of limitations. 146 (1902). 967 (1897). Pursuant to Neb. Luikart v. Hoganson, 135 Neb. Mid-Continent Properties, Inc. v. Pflug, 197 Neb. The claim is disallowed. Rev. Ann. 442 (1909). Co., 259 Neb. The statutes do not appear to give a governmental entity the responsibility to initiate proceedings to enforce section 23-3202's requirement that one possess an assessor's certificate to file for the office of county assessor. Horn's Crane Service v. Prior, 182 Neb. Allen v. Estate of Allen, 81 Neb. 810, 716 N.W.2d 87 (2006). When state bank, against which a creditor had taken judgment, reorganized as national bank, and creditor sues the national bank to enforce his judgment formerly obtained against state bank, the statute of limitations begins to run on judgment from date it was obtained. 509 (1908). Search Nebraska Revised Statutes. Sandobal v. Armour & Co., 429 F.2d 249 (8th Cir. 87, 608 N.W.2d 194 (2000). No. 204, 241 N.W.2d 830 (1976). Bacon v. Dawes County, 66 Neb. Rev. Stansbery v. Schwasinger, 205 Neb. A.M.W., Inc., 266 Neb. In re Estate of Soukup, 142 Neb. 118, 117 N.W. 111 (1888). Ins. Stat. § 25-1558. 246 (1905). § 25-205(1) (Reissue 1995). Omega Chemical Co. v. Rogers, 246 Neb. Stat. Neb. 118, 117 N.W. 614, 266 N.W. 614, 266 N.W. Oft v. Dornacker, 131 Neb. Cancel « Prev. Forum state's statute of limitations was procedural rather than substantive and was properly applied in diversity action for breach of contract. Phenix Ins. Schwasinger, 205 Neb. Stipulation contained in a note permitting the holder to extend the time of payment without notice, is not an agreement waiving the right to plead the bar of the statute. 2012). Acts that do not toll the statute Partial payments made without the authority or consent of a surety, unless ratified by the surety, do not toll the statute of limitations as to the surety. A trial court’s decision to certify a final judgment pursuant to Neb. 747, 298 N.W. Co., 73 Neb. Dutton-Lainson Co. v. Continental Ins. Time of commencing action on contract for transportation of goods stated. [5] Because notice is needed, strict compliance with § 2-109(E) is necessary whenever a litigant challenges the constitutionality of a statute, regardless of how that constitutional challenge may be characterized. Ann. 835 § 76-1013 and not the general statute of limitations for actions on written contracts in Neb. 574 (1887). Howard v. Chicago, B. 2 Lincoln Mun. 835, 830 N.W.2d 63 (2013). J. I. Suit by employee against employer for breach of written employment contract was governed by Nebraska five-year statute of limitations rather than the four-year statute of limitations relating to actions upon a contract not in writing. 907 (1919); Armstrong v. Patterson, 97 Neb. Lyhane v. Durtschi, 144 Neb. Where a covenant against encumbrances and covenants of warranty or quiet enjoyment appear in the same instrument, they are separate and independent covenants and one does not embrace the other. §84-602.02 . 33, 92 N.W. Packer v. Thompson, 25 Neb. Provision in insurance policy issued by fraternal benefit society that suit must be commenced within one year from date of member's death will be enforced in Nebraska if valid in state where contract was made. Avondale v. Sovereign Camp, W.O.W., 134 Neb. Download . 25-103 - Feigned issues prohibited; issue not plead; tried, when. State Security Savings Co. v. Pelster, 207 Neb. City of Lincoln v. Hershberger, 272 Neb. 146, 3 N.W.2d 89 (1942). 25-205 - Actions on written contracts, on foreign judgments, or to recover collateral. Rev. The district court rejected Schrader's argument that the contract statute of limitations, Neb.Rev.Stat. 816 (1925). 94, 152 N.W.2d 421 (1967). Surety was not liable when he did nothing to prevent running of statute of limitations. Connor v. Becker, 56 Neb. 600, 116 N.W. Bank v. Northport Irr. Grant v. Williams, 158 Neb. 782 (1938). Stat. Alexanderson v. Wessman, 158 Neb. Rev. 752 (1894). Cavanaugh v. City of Omaha, 254 Neb. Neb. Actions for trespass, conversion, other torts, and frauds; exceptions. v. DAVEY 837 Cite as 285 Neb. 769 (1932); Armstrong v. Marr, 120 Neb. Cavanaugh v. City of Omaha, 254 Neb. Sorensen v. Swanson, 181 Neb. PDF. 962 (1891). 124-8 AIR TRANSPORTATION ACKNOWLEDGEMENT. 935, 524 N.W.2d 330 (1994). on appeal under the provisions of Neb. Time of commencing action on bank check stated. Andersen v. Time of commencing action for money had and received stated. 1979). An action upon a foreign judgment is barred in five years. 621, 611 N.W.2d 409 (2000). 4 See Neb. 688, 41 N.W. 920 (1910); Rogers v. City of Omaha, 82 Neb. A civil action shall be commenced only within the time prescribed in this chapter, after the cause of action has accrued. 16 (1898); Hepler v. Davis, 32 Neb. Lyhane v. Durtschi, 144 Neb. 107, 41 N.W. Time of commencing action on bank check stated. An action upon a contract in writing must be commenced within five years after cause of action has accrued. § 25-205 (Reissue . 2002) March 25, 2002 27 (1938). Phenix Ins. Time of commencing action on foreign judgments stated. Civil actions; when commenced. Defense of statute of limitations was properly pleaded. 1945). Co., 73 Neb. 713, 724 N.W.2d 321 (2006). 319 (1938). 559, 279 N.W.2d 603 (1979). Player Pianette, Inc. v. Dale Electronics, Inc., 478 F.2d 336 (8th Cir. 89, 26 N.W. Get free access to the complete judgment in Big John's Billiards, Inc. v. State on CaseMine. Melville Lumber Co. v. Scott, 135 Neb. Where insurance policy issued in this state provides twelve months' limitation for filing action, but also contains provision amending terms to conform with conflicting statutes, limitations in state statutes are applicable. Rev. Rev.Stat. Voluntary payment of any part of principal or interest tolls statute of limitations and new right of action accrues after each payment, not tolled as to joint maker unless payment made with his authority or consent. The statute of limitations for a tort claim is covered under Neb.Rev.Stat. The statute of limitations provided in this section applies to an action on a contract of guaranty. 350 (1941). Lonergan v. Lonergan, 55 Neb. & Q. R. R. Co., 146 F.2d 316 (8th Cir. Alexander v. Thacker, 43 Neb. The right to retain the debt of an heir upon a promissory note from his distributive share of estate is not precluded even though action to recover upon the note is barred by the statute of limitations. Time of commencing action for money had and received stated. Thiele v. Carey, 85 Neb. Stat. Courts; Civil Procedure § 25-205. Russell v. First York Sav. First Nat. 16 (1898); Hepler v. Davis, 32 Neb. See Neb.Rev.Stat. Actions for trespass, conversion, other torts, and frauds; exceptions. Fischer v. Wilhelm, 139 Neb. Allowing and regulating entrances to basements through sidewalks is within reasonable discretion of mayor and council. Because we conclude that the district court erred as a matter of law in its selection of the commence-ment for limitations purposes, we reverse, and remand for further proceedings. Pick v. Pick, 184 Neb. 34, 296 N.W. W. T. Rawleigh Co. v. Smith, 142 Neb. Frye v. Sibbitt, 145 Neb. Acknowledgement sent to agencies by the Department of Aeronautics when they request a flight. See Neb.Rev.Stat. Rather, it is governed by the general statute of limitations for actions on written contracts in § 25–205. (Reissue 1995). Section 25-201 states that " [c]ivil actions can only be commenced within the time prescribed in this … Schwasinger, 205 Neb. Assault and battery: 1 year. Time of commencing action on guaranty of payment stated. Supp. 597 (1936). 419, 590 N.W.2d 366 (1999). 803 (1938). Warrant issued by a village will be barred in five years from time it becomes due. Stat. Action for breach of covenant of warranty in deed is specialty, barred unless commenced within five years from date of breach. Stat. Current with effective changes from the 2020 Legislative Session through 8/17/2020. Therefore, Neb. City of Lincoln v. PMI Franchising, 267 Neb. Where a new independent cause of action is filed by way of amendment, the statute of limitations runs until the filing of the amended petition. Where a municipal warrant has been registered, statute of limitations does not commence to run until treasurer of municipal corporation gives notice to the holder of the warrant that there is sufficient money in the treasury to pay the warrant. 803 (1938). 494, 61 N.W. 716, 171 N.W.2d 766 (1969). Stat. Stat. 559, 279 N.W.2d 603 (1979). 626, 193 N.W.2d 283 (1971). By failing to make demand, payee of a demand note cannot do away with the statute of limitations, which begins to run the day after the note is executed and delivered. Dutton-Lainson Co. v. Continental Ins. Stat. Johnson v. Hesser, 61 Neb. Action for breach of covenant of warranty in deed is specialty, barred unless commenced within five years from date of breach. 191, 92 N.W. Time of commencing action on draft stated. 128, 174 N.W.2d 197 (1970). The exercise by county commissioners of their authority to acquire or accept rights-of-way or to establish and/or improve a new road is vested in the sound discretion of the commissioners and may not be compelled by mandamus. Rev. Where insurance policy issued in this state provides twelve months' limitation for filing action, but also contains provision amending terms to conform with conflicting statutes, limitations in state statutes are applicable. An action upon a foreign judgment is barred in five years. (1) An action for the recovery of the title or possession of lands, tenements, or hereditaments, or for the foreclosure of mortgages thereon, can only be brought within ten years after the cause of action accrues. A domestic judgment is a specialty and suit thereon is barred after five years from date of judgment. Chapter 25 25-205. IT IS ORDERED that the amended objection to proof of claim 22, Fil. v. Northern Assur. See Neb.Rev.Stat. Defense of recoupment must arise out of same transaction as plaintiff's claim, and survives as long as plaintiff's cause of action exists, even if affirmative action on the subject of the recoupment is barred by statute of limitations. 238, 665 N.W.2d 1 (2003). 747, 298 N.W. An action based on breach of a written contract must be commenced within five years of accrual of a cause of action. Download . 112, 352 N.W.2d 871 (1984). 597 (1936). The statute of limitations begins to run against a contract of guaranty the moment a cause of action first accrues, and a guarantor's liability arises when the principal debtor defaults. Stat. Neb. May include, but not Trenerry v. City of So. 871, 152 N.W. 428 (1934); Reed v. Occidental Bldg. 623, 266 N.W. Rev. Stat. Time of commencing action on county warrants stated. 175, 278 N.W. Co., 180 Neb. 25-201.02 - Amendment of pleading; effect. Pick v. Pick, 184 Neb. Hiram Scott College v. Insurance Co. of North America, 187 Neb. Co., 259 Neb. The Daveys' arguments on appeal do not dissuade us from this conclusion. Action against surety on written contract of guaranty was barred although payments were made by principal within five years. 893 (1898). Jensen v. Romigh, 133 Neb. Stat. 897, 580 N.W.2d 541 (1998). 311 (1915). 1973). 556, 49 N.W. An action for damages for breach of a covenant of warranty contained in a deed conveying land is an action upon a specialty and must be brought within 5 years after the cause of action accrues; this rule applies in actions for damages for breach of a covenant against encumbrances. Resources shall exercise the powers and perform the duties assigned to the Nebraska Natural Resources Commission prior to July 1, 2000, except as otherwise specifically provided. 731, 751 N.W.2d 657 (2008). 71, 274 N.W. Stat. 107, 62 N.W.2d 532 (1954). If the defect could not have been discovered Assn., 255 Neb. Casetext, Inc. and Casetext are not a law firm and do not provide legal advice. Deuth v. Ratigan, 256 Neb. Alexander v. Thacker, 43 Neb. 21, 59 N.W. 731, 751 N.W.2d 657 (2008). MFA Ins. Actions on written contracts, on foreign judgments, or to recover collateral. 256 (1889). Wells v. Equitable Life Assurance Society, 130 Neb. Actions to recover annual payments provided by indenture granting perpetual easement for flow of water and to enforce equitable lien growing out of the indenture are controlled by this section. Diss v. State Bank of Holdrege, 141 Neb. Stat. Section 25-201 states that "[c]ivil actions can only be commenced within the time prescribed in this chapter, after the cause of action shall have accrued." 140, 71 N.W. J. I. § 25-205 does not apply. & Loan Assn., 122 Neb. 684, 254 N.W. v. Village of Burton, 134 Neb. 25-102 - Parties; how designated. 743 (1936). 199 (1937). § 25-205 (Reissue 1995) applied, stating: [Section] 44-6413 clearly states the statute of limitations for underinsured motorist coverage is the same as the statute of limitations on the claim against the underinsured motorist. In re Estate of Anderson, 148 Neb. § 25-1902 (Reissue 2008): (1) an order which affects a substantial right in an action and which in effect determines the action and 319 (1938). 19. 429, 249 N.W.2d 476 (1977). App. 1. Cashier of bank who endorsed to bank a note of which he was payee, and, instead of collecting the note as was his duty, made payments of principal and interest on note from time to time, and, in three instances marked the note extended for two years each, was estopped, when sued on his endorsement, to plead statute of limitations. Cause of action on indemnity contract accrues when loss thereunder occurs. Wilson v. Continental Nat. 862, 108 N.W. § 25-1315 (1) (Reissue 2016) is reviewed for an abuse of discretion. 862, 108 N.W. § 25-201 et seq. Jurisdiction: Appeal and Error. Co., 218 Neb. Baker v. A. C. Nelson Co., 185 Neb. § 25-205 (Reissue 1979). Wells v. Equitable Life Assurance Society, 130 Neb. 454, 123 N.W. Stat. May include, but not State ex rel. Surety was not liable when he did nothing to prevent running of statute of limitations. 146 (1902). Bank, 130 Neb. 418 (1936). Stat. FIRST NAT. 454, 123 N.W. Stansbery v. A.M.W., Inc., 266 Neb. Where community of interest or privity of estate exists between intervener and plaintiff, the commencement of action by plaintiff inures to benefit of intervener. § 25-21,122 (1995). 752 (1894). Neb. Co. v. Rad Bila Hora Lodge, 41 Neb. 253, 170 N.W. Companies v. Mendenhall, 205 Neb. This section bars action on the note, but not on the mortgage given to secure it. Baker v. A. C. Nelson Co., 185 Neb. 146, 3 N.W.2d 89 (1942). § 25-205 (Reissue 2008). Defense of recoupment must arise out of same transaction as plaintiff's claim, and survives as long as plaintiff's cause of action exists, even if affirmative action on the subject of the recoupment is barred by statute of limitations. A suit to collect on a contract that is from the foreclosed deed of trust is governed by the statute of limitations found in this section, rather than the 3-month statute of limitations found in section 76-1013. This section did not govern bringing of action on fire insurance policy. Payments by one partner out of partnership funds, where partnership has become inactive but has not been dissolved, toll statute of limitations as to both partners. 1936). School Dist. Make your practice more effective and efficient with Casetext’s legal research suite. Packer v. Thompson, 25 Neb. Atlas Corporation v. Magdanz, 130 Neb. § 25-205 (Reissue 2008), which provides for a 5-year statute of limitations on written contracts, applies in an insured’s suit against its underinsured motorist coverage insurer when the insured has timely filed the underlying claim against the underinsured motorist. 519, 265 N.W. 419, 590 N.W.2d 366 (1999). 1936). Rev. Rev. 107, 62 N.W.2d 532 (1954). Pavlik v. Burns, 134 Neb.

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