California Statute of Limitations for Intrusion Claims

The statute of limitations for intrusion claims in California is 2 years. Cal. Civ. Proc. Code Section 335.1.

California courts at one time applied a one-year limitations period for injury to persons, but in 2002, California updated its statute of limitations and increased the time period allowed for injury to persons to two years. Therefore, a 2 year statute of limitations will apply for invasion of privacy lawsuits, such as intrusion.


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