Other suits by principals against agents for Three years When the neglect or misconduct becomes known to the plaintiff. Presumption 2 A person with a claim shall be presumed to have known of the matters referred to in clause 1 a on the day the act or omission on which the claim is based took place, unless the contrary is proved. Under the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1898 5 of 1898 a from a sentence of death passed by a court of session or by a High Court in the exercise of its original criminal jurisdiction. The date of the sale. Three years The time fixed for completing the sale, or where the title is accepted after the time fixed for completion the date of the acceptance.
Three years When the transfer becomes known to the plaintiff. Same 4 Subsection 3 applies in respect of every demand obligation created on or after January 1, 2004. Three years The close of the year in which the last item admitted or proved is entered in the account; such year to be computed as in the account. Interpretation 3 The fact that a provision is listed in the Schedule shall not be construed as a statement that the limitation period established by the provision would otherwise apply to a claim as defined in this Act. Ninety days The date of the death f the plaintiff, appellant, defendant or respondent, as the case may be; 121.
Any other application for which no period of limitation js provided elsewhere in this division. Legal disability — Where a person entitled to institute a suit or make an application for the execution of a decree is, at the time from which the prescribed period is to be reckoned, a minor or insane, or an idiot, he may institute the suit or make the application within the same period after the disability has ceases, as would otherwise have been allowed from the time specified therefore in the third column of the Schedule. For other specific movable property. Three years When the period of the proposed bill elapses. To set aside a decree passed ex prate or to rehear an appeal decree or head ex prate. To record an adjustment or satisfaction of a decree.
February 2013 is an enabling provision to assist the litigants who failed to do an act within the prescribed time period as originally fixed under various enactments. Reimbursement of travel expenses made after sanction to a ceiling limit fixed by board. Three years When the period of credit expires. Three years When the accounts are stated in writing signed by the defendant or his agent duly authorised in this behalf, unless where the debt is, by a simultaneous agreement in writing signed as aforesaid, made payable at a future time, and then when that time arrives. On a bill of exchange or promissory-note payable at a fixed time after sight or after demand. Conflict with 4 This section and prevail over anything in. Two years The date of the death of the person killed.
Any suit except a suit before the Supreme Court in the exercise of its original jurisdiction by or on behalf of the Central Government, or any State Government including the Government of the State of Jammu and Kashmir. Personal property 7 An acknowledgment of liability in respect of a claim to recover or enforce an equitable interest in personal property by a person in possession of it is an acknowledgment by any other person who later comes into possession of it. Thirty days The date of the decree or order. Under the Code of Civil Procedure,1908, to have the legal representative of a deceased plaintiff or appellant or of a deceased defendant or respondent, made a party. For the price of trees or growing crops sold by the plaintiff to the defendant where no fixed period of credit is agreed upon. Former limitation period unexpired 4 If the former limitation period did not expire before January 1, 2004 and if no limitation period under this Act would apply were the claim based on an act or omission that took place on or after that date, there is no limitation period. On a bond subject to a condition Three years When the condition is broken.
. Conflict of laws 23For the purpose of applying the rules regarding conflict of laws, the limitations law of Ontario or any other jurisdiction is substantive law. For compensation for the breach of any contract, express or implied not herein specially provided for. For property which the plaintiff has conveyed while insane. Application, demand obligations 7 Clause 6 c applies in respect of every demand obligation created on or after January 1, 2004. However, the vast majority of people that I have encountered are unaware that there are much shorter limitation periods to take into consideration. Against a carrier for compensation for losing or injuring goods.
Continuing breaches and torts — In the case of a continuing breach of contract or in the case of a continuing tort, a fresh period of limitation beings to run at every moment of the time during the breach or the tort, as the case may be, continues. Three years When the facts entitling the plaintiff to have the instrument or decree cancelled or set aside or the contract rescinded first become known to him. The period of limitation provided was two years from the date of death. For compensation for trespass upon immovable property. On a promissory note or bond payable by instalments. Three years The date of refusal to accept.
Three years When the price becomes payable. To recover possession of immovable property conveyed or bequeathed in trust and afterwards transferred by the trustee for a valuable consideration. For money payable for interest upon money due from the defendant to the plaintiff. By the assured to recover preemie paid under a policy violable at the election of the insurers. Twelve years When the possession of the defendant becomes adverse to the plaintiff.
Ten days When the summons is served. By the acceptor of an accommodation bill against the drawer. On a bill of exchange or promissory note payable at a fixed time, after sight or after demand. Three years When the money is received. On a bond subject to a condition. Minors 6The limitation period established by does not run during any time in which the person with the claim, a is a minor; and b is not represented by a litigation guardian in relation to the claim.
For an account and a share of the profits of a dissolved partnership. By the manager of a Hindu, Muslim and Buddhist religious or charitable endowment to recover possession of movable or immovable property comprised in the endowment which has been transferred by a previous manager for a valuable consideration. For money paid upon on existing consideration which afterwards fails. Against a factor for an account Three years When the account is during the continuance of the agency, demanded and refused or, where no such demand is made, when the agency terminates. Sixty days The date of the judgment, final order or sentence.