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When the Legislature amends a law to make substantive changes does it impliedly, without stating an intent, amend that law to change the time within which suit must be instituted under the amended act? That was the question before the Appellate Division in the case of Plastic Surgery Center v. Malouf Chevrolet-Cadillac, Inc., 457 N.J. Super. 565 (App. Div. 2019), in a Workers’ Compensation Act context.

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