Law of Limitation in India.

Every remedy has a time period within which it can be invoked. This is called limitation. Law of Limitation deals with limitation period to start a legal remedy in India:

Every remedy has a period of limitation within which it can be invoked. The right to seek relief is extinguished after the period of limitation. In India the statute of limitation is called as Limitation Act which was enacted in the year 1963.
Though Act of 1963 is not the exclusive as remedies provided before various Tribunals under different statutes are governed by limitation under that statute yet the principles laid down in the cases decided in respect of Limitation Act would apply to those statutes as well.
This book covers the Limitation Act, 1963 and also the selected leading judgments of Supreme Court of India and Various High Courts of India. Wherever possible live links to judgments are provided.
The book being in the form of digest is easily comprehensible by lawyers and laymen alike.

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