(a)A rail carrier providing transportation or service subject to the jurisdiction of the Board under this part must begin a civil action to recover charges for transportation or service provided by the carrier within 3 years after the claim accrues.
(b)A person must begin a civil action to recover overcharges under section
11704(b) of this title within 3 years after the claim accrues, whether or not a complaint is filed under section
(c)A person must file a complaint with the Board to recover damages under section
11704(b) of this title within 2 years after the claim accrues.
(d)The limitation period under subsection (b) of this section is extended for 6 months from the time written notice is given to the claimant by the rail carrier of disallowance of any part of the claim specified in the notice if a written claim is given to the rail carrier within that limitation period. The limitation periods under subsections (b) and (c) of this section are extended for 90 days from the time the rail carrier begins a civil action under subsection (a) of this section to recover charges related to the same transportation or service, or collects (without beginning a civil action under that subsection) the charge for that transportation or service if that action is begun or collection is made within the appropriate period.
(e)A person must begin a civil action to enforce an order of the Board against a rail carrier for the payment of money within one year after the date the order required the money to be paid.
(f)This section applies to transportation for the United States Government. The time limitations under this section are extended, as related to transportation for or on behalf of the United States Government, for 3 years from the date of—
(1)payment of the rate for the transportation or service involved;
(2)subsequent refund for overpayment of that rate; or
(3)deduction made under section
3726 of title
31, whichever is later.
(g)A claim related to a shipment of property accrues under this section on delivery or tender of delivery by the rail carrier.
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