Daily Record Staff//January 3, 2018
//January 3, 2018
Civil litigation — Timeliness — Statute of limitations
On December 24, 2015, Catherine Randall, appellant (“Ms. Randall”) filed a complaint in the Circuit Court for Baltimore City against Winston Gresov (“Mr.Gresov”), Marion Bess Parmerter (“Ms. Parmerter”), Frederick Gresov (“Rick”), and Adelberg Rudow Dorf & Hendler, LLC (“Adelberg”), appellees. Appellees filed timely motions to dismiss asserting, among other grounds, that Ms. Randall’s complaint was time-barred by the statute of limitations. On July 28, 2016, the circuit court heard argument on the motions to dismiss and, at the conclusion of the hearing, found that Ms. Randall’s claims were time-barred, granted appellees’ motions, and dismissed the complaint.
Ms. Randall noted a timely appeal and presents two questions for our consideration, which we have consolidated and restated as follows:
Did the circuit court err when it dismissed the complaint as time-barred?