The New York Court of Appeals is likely to decide next month whether companies may include a contract provision that extends or delays the start of the statute of limitations for a breach of that contract.

The court heard arguments this week in the case, which was brought by Deutsche Bank against Quicken Loans over a set of allegedly fraudulent residential mortgage-backed securities sold immediately preceding the financial crisis between December 2006 and May 2007.

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