My question involves an injury that occurred in the state of: nebraska
I am a farmer and I purchased seed corn which I understood was non treated to be in compliance with my organic status. Neb Statue 81-2.147.02 states that each container which agriculture seeds are sold in must have attached thereto in a conspicuous place a plainly written or printed label or tag in the English language given the following information a word or statement indicating that the seed that has been treated if it was. On the seed corn bags and labels there WAS NOT any notice that the seed was treated but I found out after planting the seed corn that it was indeed treated with a fungicide. The seed corn company was in violation of the Nebraska seed laws and I was harmed because my land lost its organic status. On the seed corn bag was a express statue of limitation of one year the Nebraska statues of limitations is four years. I contend or hope since the seed corn company did not comply with Nebraska seed law and allow me to know that the seed was non useful for organic seeding that the contract was nonbinding especially in regard to the expressed limitations of the one year statute of limitation printed on each bag of seed corn.
Is this type of contract a nonbinding contract allowing me to have the usual four years of statutes of limitations or not?
Is this contract void when the company was in non compliance with the state seed law and would that allow me to have the four years that one normally has?