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What is Limitation period for Suits relating to Declaration? Part IV of Limitation Act 1963

 
 

Limitation period for Suits relating to Declaration is defined under Part IV of Limitation Act 1963. Provisions under part IV are:

Part IV of Limitation Act "Suits relating to Declaration"

 

 
 

DESCRIPTION OF SUIT

LIMITATION PERIOD

TIME FROM WHICH PERIOD BEGINS TO RUN

 

Limitation Act 1963

What is Limitation period for Suits relating to accounts? Part I of Limitation Act 1963

What is Limitation period for Suits relating to Contract? Part II of Limitation Act 1963

What is Limitation period for Suits relating to Declarations? Part III of Limitation Act 1963

What is Limitation period for Suits relating to Declaration? Part IV of Limitation Act 1963

What is Limitation period for Suits relating to Immovable Property? Part V of Limitation Act 1963

What is Limitation period for Suits relating to Movable Property? Part VI of Limitation Act 1963

What is Limitation period for Suits relating to Torts? Part VII of Limitation Act 1963

What is Limitation period for Suits relating to Trust and Trust Property? Part VIII of Limitation Act 1963

What is Limitation period for Suits relating to Miscellaneous Matters? Part IX of Limitation Act 1963

What is Limitation period for which there is no prescribed period? Part X of Limitation Act 1963

What is Limitation period for Appeals? Division II of Limitation Act 1963

What is Limitation period for Application in specified cases? Limitation Act 1963

 
To cancel or set aside an instrument or decree or for the rescission of a contract Three Years When the facts entitling the plaintiff to have the instrument or decree cancelled or set aside or the contract rescinded first becomes known to him.

 

To set aside a transfer of property made by the guardian of a ward

(a) By the ward who has attained majority;

 

 

Three Years

 

When the ward attains majority.

(b) By the ward's legal representative

i. When the ward dies within three years from the date of attaining majority;

When the ward dies before attaining majority

Three Years

 

 

 

Three Years

 

When the ward attains majority.

 

 

When the ward dies.

By a mortgagor

(a) to redeem or recover, possession of immovable property mortgaged;

 

 

Thirty years

 

When the right to redeem or to recover possession accrues

(b) to recover possession of immovable property mortgaged and afterwards transferred by the mortgagee for a valuable consideration.

 

Twelve years When the transfer becomes known to plaintiff.
(c) to recover surplus collection received by the mortgagee after the mortgage has been satisfied. Three years When the mortgagor reenters on the mortgaged property.

 

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