Time for readmission of appeal 30 days dismissed for default runs from date of dismissal and not from. Unexplained delay of 17 days in filling appeal. For the resumption or assessment of rent-free land. For the resumption or assessment of rent- free land. But the disabilities must overlap each other.
Twelve years When the transfer becomes known to the plaintiff. When the profits are received. Section 48 of the Stamp Act, 1899. These three Articles relate to suits on contract i. One year When the sale becomes absolute.
By a surety against the principal debtor. In The Dalhousie Institute Society supra , this Court found as of fact that the respondents were in open, continuous and uninterrupted possession and enjoyment of site for over 60 years. When the attachment, lease or transfer is made. On a bill of exchange or promissory note payable at a fixed time after date. Similarly, Article 137 provides for a suit by a purchaser under an execution sale when the judgment-debtor was out of possession at the date of the sale. We think that the view more favourable to the applicant should be adopted and, therefore, recommend that the time should cease to run on the date on which the application is properly presented in court.
If in execution proceedings the minor as legal representative is not properly represented the sale is a nullity and need not be set aside under this Article. It is open to a State to enact a law continuing it, as under item 34 of the State list, the subject matter is within the exclusive legislative power of the States and a State may prescribe a period of limitation in the Waste Lands Claims Act itself. The common law courts paid more regard to the form of action than to its nature. Respondent was under no obligation to point out defect in proceedings filed by appellants. Section 6 read with this section does not extend that time, except where the representative is himself under disability when the representation devolves upon him.
For money paid upon an existing consideration which afterwards fails. Appeal was -filed after delay of 160 days which is hopelessly time barred, hence, dismissed. This is neither rational nor convenient. There may be cases of suits or other proceedings in which similar situations might arise. No alteration of the law was effected in England by the Limitation Act of 1939. Sen Gupta takes a different view which he has stated in a note appended to the Report. The date of the sale.
The period is made to run in each of these cases from the date when the cause of action accrues. Delay in filing appeal against rule of court. Deficiency, making up- Interpretation of O. My colleagues have virtually extended the period in the case of these suits to 3 years on the basis that they are founded on contract and should come under the general rule regarding suits on contracts or torts. But there was no Article corresponding to Articles 11 and llA of the present Act.
Therefore, the alleged fact of adverse possession bears a pronounced backdrop of 1933 sale deed passing 1 acre 21 Guntas to the respondent. We, therefore, recommend the deletion of Article 3. Three years When the bill is presented at that place. Article does not apply to suits on causes of action arising subsequent to date of order. A perusal of the Articles relating to suits reveals that most of them fall under distinct subjects. Under the Code of Civil Procedure, 1859, there was no right of suit for the party aggrieved by an order referred to in illustrations a and b.
On a dishonoured foreign bill where protest has been made and notice given. The date of the death of the person killed. Under the Code of Civil Procedure, 1908, to a High Court, except in the cases provided for by Article 151 and Article 153. Nothing in subsections 1 and 2 applies to suits to enforce rights of pre-emption or to suits for the possession of immovable property or of an hereditary office. The date of the decree or order. In this connection, a reference is necessary to an apparent conflict of decisions on the scope of section 7. Any suit by or on behalf of the Central Government, or any State Government except a suit before the Supreme Court in the exercise of its original jurisdiction.
For compensation for injury caused by an injunction wrongfully obtained. For the price of goods sold and delivered to be paid for by a bill of exchange, no such bill being given. As the right of foreclosure is restricted under the present Act to the two kinds of mortgage stated above, a simple mortgage or an English mortgage or a mortgage by deposit of title deeds carries with it only a right of sale. Case under Limitation Act, 1877. Suit, by whom may be brought. Adverse possession statutes, like other statutes of limitation, rest on a public policy that does not promote litigation and aims at the repose of conditions that the parties have suffered to remain unquestioned long enough to indicate their acquiescence. If such a proposal or acceptance is made otherwise than in words, it is an implied contract.