What is a reasonable time, what is the appropriate amount of time, and how should the courts consider?

California, United States of America

The following excerpt is from Chapin v. Superior Court of Tuolumne County, 234 Cal.App.2d 571, 44 Cal.Rptr. 496 (Cal. App. 1965):

In considering what was a reasonable time, the situation of the parties and the nature of the transaction, and the particular facts involved should be considered (Stark v. Shaw, 155 Cal.App.2d 171, 177, 317 P.2d 182).

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