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Submitted: March 15, 2011

Before SMITH, ARNOLD, and SHEPHERD, Circuit Judges.

Minch Family LLLP (“Minch Family”) sued the Estate of Gladys I. Norby and Robert N. Norby (collectively, “the Norbys”) in diversity, seeking injunctive relief and damages for flooding of the Minch Family’s property, allegedly caused by a field dike built on the Norbys’ land. The magistrate judge*fn1 denied the Minch Family’s motion to amend its complaint to add a claim for punitive damages and its motion to amend the court’s scheduling order. Thereafter, the district court*fn2 granted the Norbys’ motion for summary judgment, concluding that the applicable statute of limitations barred the Minch Family’s claims. The Minch Family appeals, arguing that the district court erred in concluding that its claims were time-barred and that the magistrate judge abused his discretion by denying its motion to amend its complaint and its motion to amend the scheduling order. For the following reasons, we affirm.

 
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