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Judgments on Punjab Limitation (Custom) Act, 1920

Tuesday, July 10, 2007
Punjab Limitation (Custom) Act, 1920

Punjab Limitation (Custom) Act, 1920 — Article 2(b) — The provisions of Article 2(b) of the 1920 Act provides for two starting points of limitation; (1) the date on which the right to sue accrues and (2) the date on which declaratory decree is obtained, whichever is latter — There is, therefore, no fixed period of limitation — The period of limitation, thus, would be reckoned from the date on which the right to sue has accrued or declaratory decree is obtained.

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