The following prescribe in one (1) year:
(1) Actions to recover or retain possession.
(2) Actions to demand civil liability for grave insults or calumny, and for obligations arising from the fault or negligence mentioned in § 5141 of this title, from the time the aggrieved person had knowledge thereof. 31 L.P.R.A. § 5298
Where, as here, a plaintiff brings a tort action more than one year after the operative events that gave rise to the suit, “she bears the burden of proving that she lacked the requisite ‘knowledge’ at all relevant times. Rabassa Suarez v. Ford Motor Co., 204 F.Supp.2d 302 (D.Puerto Rico 2002)
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