Prime argued that fraudulent inducement tolled limitations on its fraud claims, citing an email in which the defendant said: “I ask that you extend this [deadline] to at least 90 days or some other requirement so we have the chance to find another investor, do the paperwork, and get his funding.” The Fifth Court disagreed, stating that the “request to extend the time to ninety days by itself is simply not a representation, promise, or an agreement that would extend the accrual of a cause of action.” Prime United Petroleum Holding Co., LLC v. Malameel, LLC, No. 05-20-00032-CV (Aug. 24, 2021) (mem. op.) (emphasis in original).

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