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Law School Civil Procedure & Limitation Law of Limitation
4 weeks
2-4 hours per week
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Civil Procedure & Limitation
About this Course

The Law of Limitation prescribes the time limit within which an aggrieved person can approach the courts for redressal. The statute of limitation is a statute of repose, peace and justice. Through this course, one can understand the need for the Limitation Act - its objectives, its nature and its salient features. The subsequent chapters of this module analyze a condonation of delay, explain the bar of limitation and what happens when the limitation period expires. By the end of this course, one will be well-versed in computing the period of limitation with a better understanding of the process and importance of the limitation period. This module includes 23 videos and all relevant sections. It also includes practice exercises, examination pointers along with the full text of cases.

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Mastery is proven only in limitation, and law alone can give us freedom.

Johann Wolfgang von Goethe


The course will be helpful for the law students to understand the nuances of the Limitation Act as they will have to apply them as soon as they enter the profession. Aspirants who are preparing for the judiciary and learners in any legal field will be benefited from the course. A self-paced course with high-quality content promises in-depth and practical learning of the Limitation Act.


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Dr Charu Mathur

Dr Charu Mathur has rich and diverse expertise in corporate, commercial, civil, criminal and constitutional law matters. She is an Advocate on Record, Supreme Court of India. She has represented parties which include cricketing bodies and educational institutions like IIT Jodhpur, NLU Jodhpur, BPUT Orissa, MPUAT Rajasthan, private engineering and medicine colleges of Gujarat and Orissa.

For law, in its true notion, is not so much the limitation, as the direction of a free and intelligent agent to his proper interest, and prescribes no farther than is for the general good of those under the law.

John Locke


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