Commentary on The Limitation Act
Commentary on The Limitation Act

Commentary on The Limitation Act

Author : Medha Kolhatkar

ISBN : INK8119403295

EDITION : 13th


BINDING : Hardcover



This book is a comprehensive section-wise commentary on The Limitation Act, 1963. It is a well-established and reputed treatise on the subject which critically analyses the provisions of the Act with precision and coherence. While retaining the sanctity and distinctive qualities of the original work, this new edition copiously explains the principle stated in every section and article. Landmark Supreme Court judgments and significant rulings of the High Courts have been incorporated at appropriate places with relevant details clearly and lucidly.This treatise is undoubtedly a ready reckoner for the Bar and the Bench, as the provisions of the Limitation Act have been set out and explained in a lucid, comprehensive, and systematic manner.

Key Features:

  • Explains the provisions of the Act with clarity and analytical precision
  • The commentary encompasses the extent of the application of the provisions of Limitation Act and the juridical principles reaffirmed and evolved in recent times
  • Analyses recent developments and contentious issues as to the extent of applicability of the Limitation Act to the arbitral proceedings, proceedings under the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, the effect of acknowledgement of debt in balance sheet and so forth
  • Includes landmark judgments of the Supreme Court of India and High Courts
  • Essential reference for judges, lawyers, judicial officers, administrators, academicians, research scholars, and students

Medha Kolhatkar is Assistant Professor(part-time faculty) at ILS Law College, Pune, and has been teaching this subject for more than two decades. A PhD from Bharati Vidyapeeth, Pune, on Law Relating to Tenders - Government Contracts in India, she has also authored Human Rights and the Indian Constitution for Yashwantrao Chavan Maharashtra Open University, Maharashtra, a book on Consumer Protection Act for Symbiosis Centre for Distance Learning, Pune, and edited and revised the 9th edition of the celebrated book Deeds and Documents by GM Divekar

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