In a recent decision concerning invoices issued under several petroleum facilities agreements, Harvest Operations Corp. v. Obsidian Energy Ltd., the Alberta Court of King’s Bench held that the limitations period starts running from the reasonable date by which the invoices ought to have been issued, not from a shorter contractual deadline for issuance.
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