The Limitation Act, 1963
- Number of Classes- 10 (Each of 50 Minutes)
- Validity- 90 Days
- Recorded & Live Lectures
- PDF Notes on Subject
- Mock Test
- Unlimited No. of Watch
- Doubt Clearing Session
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Instructor: Judicial Adda
Language: English and Hindi
Validity Period: 90 days
Under this section, you will be provided lectures on the topic The Limitation Act which will be beneficial for those who are preparing for PCS Judiciary, APO or other competitive examination.
Apart from competitive examinations, it will help for those who are persuing LLB or LLM course.
Following are the topic which will be covered under this section.
Chapter 1- Introduction
Chapter 2- Limitation of Suits, appeals and applications
Chapter 3- Condonation of Delay
Chapter 4- Period of Limitation to Institute a suit by minor or insane or idiot after the disability has ceased
Chapter 5- Continuous running of time
Chapter 6- Suits against trustees and their representatives
Chapter 7- Computation of period of Limitation
Chapter 8- Death on or before the accrual of the Right to sue
Chapter 9- Effect of acknowledgment in writing
Chapter 10- Effect of Substituting or adding new plaintiff or defendant
Chapter 11- Acquisition of easement by presentation
Chapter 12- Miscellaneous
|Class 1 - Introductory Part|
|Class 2- Introduction - Second Part|
|Class 3- Preliminary|
|Class 4- Limitation of Suits, Appeals and Limitation- First Part|
|Class 5- Computation of Period of Limitation-First Part|
|Class 6- Computation of Period of Limitation-Second Part|
|Class 7- Computation of Period of Limitation-Third Part|
|Class 8- Computation of Period of Limitation-Fourth Part|
|Class 9- Acquisition of ownership by possession|
|Class 10- Miscellaneous|
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