American International Group had some of the claims in its $10.5 billion suit against Countrywide Financial Corp. thrown out of court because they were filed too late.

A California Federal judge on Wednesday said that some of the claims included in the suit over deteriorated underwriting standards at Countrywide, now a unit of Bank of America Corp., were "untimely" because they were filed more than three years after the bonds were first sold.  

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