Where a debtor has breached a contract, the debtor has the right to appeal to the courts. But this right does not last forever. Each State has limitation periods, the time limits within which the appeal must be lodged (different time limits are set for different types of law: offence, different types of unlawful acts, etc.). The contractual appeal period is between two and six years after most limitation periods. The CSCE has a limitation period of four yearsThe law indicates how long persons must bring an action after the birth of the plea. Single Commercial Code, § 2-725. The time limit starts from the date on which the appeal could have been brought before the courts – for example, from the date of infringement. . . .