This decision holds that CCP 351, which tolls the statute of limitations while the defendant is absent from the state, is unconstiturional as violative of the dorman Commerce Clause insofar as it tolls the statute of limitations on claims against a defendant who was a California resident when the claim accrued, but later moved permanently out of state.  Here, plaintiff sued on a judgment more than ten years after the judgment was entered.  Its action was time-barred unless the limitations period was tolled by the defendant’s absence from California.