Thirty days The date of resistance or obstruction. For compensation for inducing a person to break a contract with the plaintiff. By a vendor of immovable property for personal payment of up-paid purchase money. By a surety against the principal debtor. Three years When the price becomes payable. One year The date of the final decision or order by the court or the date of the act or order of the officer, as the case may be. Three years The date of the occurrence causing the loss, or where the claim on the policy is denied, either partly or wholly, the date of such denial.
By a mortgage a for foreclosure; Thirty years When the money secured by the mortgage becomes due. Presumption 2 A person with a claim shall be presumed to have known of the matters referred to in clause 1 a on the day the act or omission on which the claim is based took place, unless the contrary is proved. For the price of goods sold and delivered when no fixed period of credit is agreed upon. Three years When the goods ought to be delivered. For money lent under an agreement that it shall be payable on demand.
Three years When the mortgagor reenters on the mortgaged property. In other words, if you miss a limitation date you may lose your ability to seek any compensation for your damages. Three years The date fixed for the performance, or, if no such date is fixed, when the plaintiff has notice that performance is refused. One year The date of the breach. Admission 6 A notice of possible claim is not an admission of the validity of the claim. Explanation: An application referred to in sub-rule 1 includes a claim or objection made under rule 58.
For possession of a hereditary office. Suit during the life of a Hindu or Muslim female by a Hindu or Muslim, who if the female died at the date of instituting the suit, would be entitled to the possession of land, to have an alienation of such land made by the female declared to be void except for her life or until her re-marriage. Vide Orissa Regulation 1 of 1975, Section 5 w. For compensation for anillegal, irregular or excessive distress. For money paid upon an existing consideration which afterwards fails. Three years When the demand is made.
Acknowledgments 13 1 If a person acknowledges liability in respect of a claim for payment of a liquidated sum, the recovery of personal property, the enforcement of a charge on personal property or relief from enforcement of a charge on personal property, the act or omission on which the claim is based shall be deemed to have taken place on the day on which the acknowledgment was made. Three years When the loss or injury occurs. For compensation for infringing copyright or any other exclusive privilege. Three years When the default is made, unless where the payee or obligee waives the benefit of the provision and then when fresh default is made in respect of which there is no such waiver. For leave to appear and defend a suit under summary procedure.
Three years The date of the delivery to the payee. On a bill of exchange or promissory-note payable at a fixed time after date. For possession of immovable property based on previous possession and not on title, when the plaintiff while in possession of the property has been dispossessed. Three years When the insurers elect to avoid the policy. Extension 3 If the running of a limitation period is postponed or suspended under this section and the period has less than six months to run when the postponement or suspension ends, the period is extended to include the day that is six months after the day on which the postponement or suspension ends. 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.
Bar of limitation 1 Subject to the provisions contained in sections 4 to 24 inclusive every suit instituted, appeal preferred, and application made after the prescribed period shall be dismissed although limitation has not been set up as defense; 1 For the purposes of this Act, a A suit is instituted, i in an ordinary case, when the plaint is presented to the proper officer; ii in the case of a pauper, when his application for leave to sue is a pauper is made; and ii in the case of a claim against a company which is being wound up by the court, when the claimant first sends in his claim to the official liquidator; b any claim by way of a set-off or a counter claim, shall be treated as a separate suit and shall be deemed to have been instituted- i in the case of a set-off, on the dame date as the suit in which the set off is pleaded; ii in the case a counter claim, on the date on which the counter claim is made in court; c an application by notice of motion in a High Court is made when the application is presented to the proper officer of that court 4. Three years The expiration of the first term of payment as to the part then payable; and for the other parts, the expiration of the respective terms of payment. Explanation — Nothing is an interruption within the meaning of the section, unless where there is an actual discontinuance of the possession or enjoyment by reason of an obstruction by the act of some person other than the claimant and unless such obstruction is submitted to or acquiesced in for one year after the claimant has notice thereof and of the person making or authorizing the same to be made. For leave to appeal as a pauper -- a to the High Court; Sixty days The date of decree appealed from. To restore a suit or appeal or application for review or revision dismissed for default of appearance or for want of prosecution or for failure to pay costs of service of process or to furnish security for costs. To enforce payment of money secured by a mortgage or otherwise charged upon immovable property. Three years The date of executing the bond.
To set aside a transfer of movable property comprised in a Hindu, Muslim or Buddhist religious or charitable endowment, made by a manager thereof for a valuable consideration. That means it has been executed. For compensation, -- a for wrongfully taking or detaining any specific movable property lost, or acquired by theft, or dishonest misappropriation, or conversion. For compensation for obstructing a way or a water course. For the price of food or drink sold by the keeper of a hotel, tavern or lodging house. Under the Code of Civil Procedure, 1908 5 of 1908 to have the legal representative of a deceased plaintiff or appellant, or of a deceased defendant or respondent, made a p.
This law is complex and limitations can be dependent on the type of accident, where it occurred and how old the injured person is at time of the accident. Twelve years The date of death, resignation or removal of the transferor or the date of appointment of the plaintiff as manager of the endowment, whichever is later. For compensation — a for wrongfully taking or detaining any specific movable property lost, or acquired by theft, or dishonest misappropriation or conversion. Ninety days The date of the death f the plaintiff, appellant, defendant or respondent, as the case may be; 121. For property which the plaintiff has conveyed while insane.