It is a general connotation that law is made to protect only diligent and vigilant people. Equity aids the vigilant and not the indolent. The most important principle on which the entire Limitation Law is based is Vigilantibus non domientibus jura subventiunt i.e., Law will not protect people who are careless about their rights. The law of limitation only bars the remedy of approaching the court of law and does not extinguishes the right in itself. The Courts of Law cannot be approached beyond fixed period. This third edition of Universal’s Concise Commentary - The Limitation Act, 1963 has been thoroughly updated and revised by capturing all the recent updates in the field of law including latest case law. It is a quick referencer on the subject. It would be of substantial help to law students, academicians, libraries and legal professionals of bar and bench.