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... § 12147(a) .513 First, the court noted that neither Title II of the ADA nor Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act included an express statute of limitations; the court borrowed Pennsylvania's 2-year statute of limitations for personal injury claims.514 Second, the court held that "it is only when renovations are completed that individuals with disabilities will be excluded from accessing and using such facilities while others will not.
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... . 518 Ruth Colker, Symposium Article: ADA Title III: A Fragile Compromise, 21 BERKELEY J
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... provides for enforcement by the Attorney General,546 which "has leverage that is not available to private plaintiffs -- it has the statutory authority to seek civil damages if it brings suit."547 Thus, in Title III cases it has been held that the statutory scheme permits monetary relief to be granted only in a civil 534 Id.

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