Limitation Act 1963
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The 'Law of Limitation' prescribes the time-limit for different suits within, which an aggrieved person can approach the court for redress or justice. The suit, if filed after the exploration of time-limit, is struck by the law of limitation. It's basically meant to protect the long and established user and to indirectly punish persons who go into a long slumber over their rights. The statutory law was established in stages. The very first Limitation Act was enacted for all courts in India in 1859. And finally took the form of Limitation Act in 1963.

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- Complete 'Limitation Act 1963' in digital format. Doesn't require internet connection to view them
- View data section wise / Chapter wise (Data updated as of 30 May 2015 )
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