Ignorance of a violation due to indifference to one's rights or unwillingness to find out is not a valid reason for missing the deadline for filing a lawsuit. The evidence that a person knew about the violation of his rights is, in particular, the conditions under which the person had a real opportunity to learn about the violation of his rights.
- it is a circumstance or several circumstances that directly make impossible or complicate the possibility of taking procedural actions within the term defined by law;
- this is a circumstance that arose objectively, regardless of the will of the person who missed the deadline;
- this reason arose during the missed period;
- this circumstance is confirmed by proper and admissible means of proof.