How long does a plaintiff have to bring a commercial lawsuit against a defendant?

In most cases, a party would have four years from the date the cause of action arises to bring an action involving commercial litigation. However, if the underlying dispute is based upon a written contract, then you would have five years to file a lawsuit.

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