By a principal against his agent for movable property received by the latter and not accounted for. Three years When the bill is presented at that place. Three years When the insurers elect to avoid the policy. Three years When the loan is made. By a Hindu for arrears of maintenance. Thirty days The date of the decree or order.
Thirty days The date of resistance or obstruction. To obtain any other declaration. Short title, extent and commencement. By the payee against the drawer of a bill of exchange, which has been dishonored by non-acceptance. Two years When the wrong complained of is done. A suit which are filed for review or revision or appeal of a judgment, the date shall be calculated from the date on which the judgment is delivered and the time of request for getting duplicate of the decree, or order appealed from or revised or reviewed shall be exempted.
To declare the forgery of an Three years. Three years The date of the failure. By the manager of a Hindu, Muslim or Buddhist religious or charitable endownment to recover possession of movable or immovable property comprised in the endowment which has been transferred by a previous manager for a valuable consideration. Once the statute begins to run, it will not be suspended by the subsequent disability of any of the parties unless specified by statute. On a promissory-note or bond payable by installments which provides that, if default be made in payment of one or more installments, the whole shall be due.
Expiry of prescribed period when court is closed. Effect of acknowledgement or payment by another person. If they are still tenants in the eyes of the court then, as you rightly noted, they cannot claim adverse possession. For compensation for doing or for omitting to do an act alleged to be in pursuance of any enactment in force for the time being in territories to which this Act extends. Thirty days When the payment or adjustment is made.
Ninety days Thirty days The date of the order appealed from. When the transfer becomes immovable property mortgaged known to the plaintiff. Three years The date of the delivery to the payee. Explanation- A court shall be deemed to be closed on any day within the meaning of this section if during any part of its normal working hours it remains closed on that day. I just depend on small voluntary contributions from kind visitors like you. Three years When the injunction ceases. Extension of prescribed period in certain cases.
By the assured to recover premia paid under a policy voidable at the election of the insurers. For other specific movable Three years. Three years When the transfer becomes known to the plaintiff. Thirty days The date of the decree or order. The minors do not have that capacity. When the default is made, unless payable by instalments, which where the payee or obligee waives provides that, if default be the benefit of the provision and made in payment of one or more then when fresh default is made instalments, the whole shall be in respect of which there is no due.
Three years The day so specified 29 On a single bond, where no such day is specified. Disability of one of several persons. By a vendor of immovable Three years. One year The date of the breach. Three years When the transfer becomes known to the plaintiff. Three years The date of the death of the deceased, or where the claim on the policy is denied, either partly or wholly, the date of such denial. In the new article 70, the date of refusal after demand is made the starting point of limitation and there would then be no need for a 30 year period as in the existing article 145.
To cancel or set aside an instrument or decree or for the rescission of a contract. An appeal or application shall be admitted by the court after the specified period if the litigant convinces to the court why showing inadequate cause for the failure to prepare a pill application within the specified period then the court can admit his appeal or application. By the payee against the drawer Three years. The Law Commission of India in their Third Report on the Limitation Act, 1908, therefore, took the view that if the articles should be grouped subjectwise and a uniform period be fixed for suits of the same nature a considerable measure of simplicity could be achieved. For money payable for Three years. Notwithstanding anything contained in this Act- a any suit for which the period of limitation is shorter than the period of limitation prescribed by the , may be instituted within a period of seven years next after the commencement of this Act or within the period prescribed for such suit by the Indian Limitation Act, 1908, whichever period expires earlier: Provided that if in respect of any such suit, the said period of seven years expires earlier than the period of limitation prescribed therefor under the Indian Limitation Act, 1908 and the said period of seven years together with so much of the period of limitation in respect of such suit under the Indian Limitation Act, 1908, as has already expired before the commencement of this Act is shorter than the period prescribed for such suit under this Act, then, the suit may be instituted within the period of limitation prescribed therefor under this Act; b any appeal or application for which the period of limitation is shorter than the period of limitation prescribed by the Indian Limitation Act, 1908, may be preferred or made within a period of ninety days next after the commencement of this Act or within a period prescribed for such appeal or application by the Indian Limitation Act, 1908, whichever period expires earlier. Twelve years When the defendant takes possession of the office adversely to the plaintiff.
Two years When the perversion first becomes known to the person injured thereby. However, the original tenant, even after the expiry of the presumed original lease, is still making maintenance payments in his own name. For compensation for the breach of any contract, express or implied not herein specially provided for; Three years When the contract is broken or where there are successive breaches when the breach in respect of which the suit is instituted occurs or where the breach is continuing when it ceases. It is tolled when one of the parties is under a legal disability—the lack of legal capacity to do an act—at the time the cause of action accrues. One year When the loss occurs. Thirty days The date of the sentence. All these articles are now grouped together, the period being fixed at 3 years in all these cases.