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

 
 

Limitation period for Suits relating to Movable Property is defined under Part VI of Limitation Act 1963. Provisions under part VI are:

Part VI of Limitation Act "Suits relating to Imovable Property"

 

 
 

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

 
For specific movable property lost, or acquired by theft, or dishonest misappropriation or conversion. Three years When the person having the right to the possession of the property first learns in whose possession it is.

 

For other specific movable property Three years When the property is wrongfully taken.

 

To recover movable property deposited or pawned from a depositary or pawnee.

 

Three years The date of refusal after demand.

 

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