An outstanding treatise by a luminary in the field of legal literature is now stepping into its twenty-second edition. In the instant one, special attention has been given to all the sensitive areas of the Limitation Act. An exhaustive analysis on adverse possession vis-a-vis permissive occupation, highlights the work along with due reflection on topics like cause of action, easement, injunction, legal disability, pre-emption, ex parte decree, possession, sufficient cause, damage, execution etc.
Adverse possession—established when
Period of limitation—computation of
Condonation of delay—provisions of
Prescribed period—extension of
Legal disability—continues when
Table Of Contents:
• Preliminary • Limitation of Suits, Appeals and Applications • Computation of Period of Limitation • Acquisition of Ownership by Possession • Miscellaneous • Suits Relating to Accounts • Suits Relating to Contracts • Suits Relating to Declarations • Suits Relating to Decrees and Instruments • Suits Relating to Immovable Property • Suits Relating to Movable Property • Suits Relating to Tort • Suits Relating to Trusts and Trust Property • Suits Relating to Miscellaneous Matters • Suits for which there is no Prescribed Period • Application in Specified Cases • Other Applications