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Limitation Act, S. 14 – The substantive provisions of Sub-sections (1), (2) and (3) of Section 14 do not say that Section 14 can only be invoked on termination of the earlier proceedings, prosecuted in good faith – Section 14 excludes the time spent in proceeding in a wrong forum, which is unable to entertain the proceedings for want of jurisdiction, or other such cause.

Service matter  –  100% reservation , not permissible.

Limitation Act, 1963 (36 of 1963), Section 14 – Does not say that Section 14 can only be invoked on termination of the earlier proceedings -  Is to be read...

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IBC S. 238A – Limitation – We see no reason why Section 14 or 18 of the Limitation Act, 1963 should not apply to proceeding under Section 7 or Section 9 of the IBC – Section 238A of the IBC makes the Limitation Act applicable to proceedings in NCLT/NCLAT ‘as far as may be’ and/or in other words, to the extent they may be applied

Limitation Act S. 5 –  Merely because sufficient cause has been shown, a party is not entitled to the condonation of delay in question as a matter of right if sufficient cause is not proven – Commercial Courts Act  2015

Insolvency and Banking Code, 2016 (31 of 2016), Section 238A  - Another civil proceeding whether in a Court of first instance or of appeal or revision, against the party, for...

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Limitation Act, 1963 (36 of 1963), Section 5 – Delay –  Condonation  – Delay can be condoned irrespective of whether there is any formal application, if there are sufficient materials on record disclosing sufficient cause for the delay –  Section 5 of the Limitation Act, 1963 does not speak of any application.

Limitation Act, 1963 (36 of 1963), Section 5 – Delay -  Condonation  - Delay can be condoned irrespective of whether there is any formal application, if there are sufficient materials...

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Company can also be held guilty and sentence can be imposed. No immunity to the Companies from prosecution, merely because the prosecution is in respect of an offence, for which the punishment prescribed is imprisonment and fine or fine, or both. However the same shall be limited to a fine only.

The LAWS OF MANU – Manusmriti

The Full Bench of the Hon'ble Delhi High Court in Municipal Corporation of Delhi v. J.B. Bottling Company Private Limited ILR 1975 Delhi 739 held as under: "(42) It is,...

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Suit  – Premature filing of a suit –  The question of suit being premature does not go to the root of jurisdiction of the court; the court entertaining such a suit and passing decree therein is not acting without jurisdiction but it is in the judicial discretion of the court to grant decree or not

Suit  - Premature filing of a suit -  The question of suit being premature does not go to the root of jurisdiction of the court; the court entertaining such...

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