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Reyes v. U.S.

U.S.
Jun 1, 1992
504 U.S. 957 (1992)

Summary

holding that, although Rule 12(b) motions are not generally intended to address the merits of affirmative defenses, in the limited circumstances when the complaint gives rise to one, the defense may be raised under Rule 12(b), as long as it appears clearly on the face of the complaint

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Opinion

No. 91-1652.

June 1, 1992.


ORDERS

C.A. 1st Cir. Certiorari denied. Reported below: 971 F. 2d 744.


Summaries of

Reyes v. U.S.

U.S.
Jun 1, 1992
504 U.S. 957 (1992)

holding that, although Rule 12(b) motions are not generally intended to address the merits of affirmative defenses, in the limited circumstances when the complaint gives rise to one, the defense may be raised under Rule 12(b), as long as it appears clearly on the face of the complaint

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extending rule of Lewis v. Faulkner to all pro se litigants

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Case details for

Reyes v. U.S.

Case Details

Full title:DIAZ REYES ET AL. v. UNITED STATES

Court:U.S.

Date published: Jun 1, 1992

Citations

504 U.S. 957 (1992)

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