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U.S. Supreme Court: FDCPA Statute Of Limitations

The Supreme Court of the United States, in Rotkiske v. Klemm, 140 S.Ct. 355 (2019), held that the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act's one-year statute of limitations "begins to run on the date on which the alleged FDCPA violation occurs, not the date on which the violation is discovered."  15 U.S.C. 1692k(d)   Justice Thomas authored the opinion, which strictly construes the statutory text.  The Court "simply enforce(d) the value judgments made by Congress" and declined to build the so-called discovery rule into the statutory provision.