The statute of Limitation was intended to provide a time limit for all suits conceivable. Section 3 of the Limitation Act provides that a suit, appeal or application instituted after the prescribed […]
(1) When a road, constructed by a county, a municipality, or the Department of Transportation, has been maintained or repaired continuously and uninterruptedly for 4 years by the county, municipality, or the Department […]
Suit for compensation – Death occurred due to fall of branch of tree over head of deceased – Liability of Municipal Corporation arise under law of torts – Suit filed within two […]
Time Limit for filing regular Second Appeal in High Court is 90 days from the date of Decree by lower Court
Limitation Act , 1963 116. Under the Code of Civil Procedure,1908 (a) To a High Court from any decree or order; Ninety days The date of the decree or order. (b) To […]
The Supreme Court in N.Balakrishnan v. M.Krishnamurthy [1998(7) SCC 123], observed that the superior Court would be free to consider the cause shown for the delay afresh and to come to its […]
Calcutta High Court clarified the meaning “time requisite” in Section 12(2) of the Limitation Act for Certified Copy
The position has also been made clear by the latest Supreme Court decision on this point in the case of the The Commissioner of Sales Tax, U.P. Vs. Madan Lal Das and Sons, Bareilly, . This decision interpreted Section 12(2) of the Limitation Act 1963 and following its earlier decision in the case of State of Uttar Pradesh Vs. Maharaj Narain and Others, the Supreme Court observed that the expression “time requisite” in Section 12(2) of the Limitation Act cannot be understood as the time absolutely necessary for obtaining the copy of the order.
However, the applicant is entitled to have the period of deduction computed from the date the application for a certified copy of the decree is made, till it is delivered, provided the application is filed within the period prescribed for filing the appeal, and no part of this period is due to any lapse on the part of the applicant, such as failure to supply copying sheets or deposit the cost of a certified copy within the time stipulated and failure to collect a copy on the date fixed for taken delivery of the same, irrespective of the fact whether on the date of filing of the application, the decree was signed or not. The limitation commences from the date of the Judgment and not from the date the decree is signed.
Keywords:- Limitation-Time barred Debt- The rules of limitation are not meant to destroy the rights of the parties. S. 3 of the Limitation Act 36.of 1963, for short “the Act” only bars […]
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M/s. Consolidated Engineering Enterprises Versus Principal Secretary, (Irrigation Department) and OTHERS [ ALL SC 2008 APRIL]
KEYWORDS:- APPLICABILITY OF LIMITATION LAW IN ARBITRATION AIR 2008 SCW 4182 : JT 2008 (6) SC 22 : (2008) 6 SCALE 748 : (2008) 7 SCC 169 (SUPREME COURT OF INDIA) M/s. […]