The phrase "injury to property" in the date of discovery Statute of Limitations, CPLR 214-c (2), embraces actions for damages ensuing from exposure to any substance, including those characterized as continuing trespass and nuisance. Thus, in this action for compensatory and injunctive relief due to hazardous waste contamination of the plaintiffs' property, we conclude that the order of the Appellate...
JENSEN v. GEN. ELEC. CO.
82 N.Y.2d 77 (1993)
623 N.E.2d 547
603 N.Y.S.2d 420
Eric C. Jensen et al., Respondents, v. General Electric Company et al., Appellants.
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Argued September 2, 1993.
Decided October 21, 1993.
Attorney(s) appearing for the Case
Williams & Connolly (
Carter, Conboy, Bardwell, Case, Blackmore & Napierski, Albany (
Ruberti, Girvin & Ferlazzo, P. C., Albany (
Wiley, Rein & Fielding (
Oliver & Oliver, Albany (
Chief Judge KAYE and Judges TITONE and SULLIVAN concur with Judge BELLACOSA; Judge SMITH dissents in part and votes to affirm in an opinion in which Judges HANCOCK, JR., and ELLERIN concur; Judge HANCOCK, JR., dissents in a separate opinion in which Judge ELLERIN also concurs; Judges SIMONS and LEVINE taking no part.
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