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UPHJS2018-III Edit

54. Where the prescribed period of limitation for any application is expiring on a holiday, the application:
A. Should be made a day prior to holiday
B. May be made on the day when the Court re-opens
C. May be made within thirty days of re-opening of the Court
D. May be made on any day after the Court re-opens

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UPHJS2018-II Edit

78. Where the prescribed period of limitation for any application is expiring on a holiday, the application:
(a) should be made a day prior to holiday
(b) may be made on the day when the Court re-opens
(c) may be made within thirty days of re-opening of the Court
(d) may be made on any day after the Court re-opens

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UPHJS2018-I Edit

56. An agreement by a debtor not to raise the plea of limitation is :
(a) valid and binding
(b) void
(c) illegal
(d) voidable at the option of the creditor

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UPHJS2018-I Edit

79. A suit instituted in India for enforcing a foreign judgment is to be filed within how many years :
(a) Within one tear from die date of the judgment
(b) Within five years from the date of the judgment
(c) Within two years from the date of the judgment
(d) Within three years from the date of the judgment

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UPHJS2009 Edit

98. Time prescribed for filing which of the followings cannot be extended or condoned by applying provisions of Section 5 of the Limitation Act?
(A) Revision under Section 115 C.P.C.
(B) Application for execution under Order XXI C.P.C.
(C) Appeal under Section 96, 100 and 104 C.P.C.
(D) Application for substitution under Order XXII C.P.C.

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UPHJS2009 Edit

99. Time for instituting a suit can be enlarged by invoking which of the following provisions?
(A) Section 151 C.P.C.
(B) Section 5 of the Limitation Act, 1963
(C) Section 148 C.P.C.
(D) None of the above

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UPHJS2009 Edit

100. An application for execution of a decree is filed with some delay i.e. beyond prescribed period of limitation-
(A) delay can be condoned by invoking Section 5 of the Limitation Act
(B) delay can be condoned under Section 148 C.P.C.
(C) delay can be condoned under the inherent powers of the court under Section 151 C.P.C.
(D) None of the above

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BIHAR HJS 2016 Edit

4. Section 5 of the Limitation Act, 1963 is an enabling provision for extension of prescribed period in institution of:

(a) any application

(b) any appeal or suit

(c) any appeal or any application except one under Order XXI C.P.C.

(d) any appeal or any application

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UPHJS2009SPL Edit

10. (b) Calculate the period of limitation for filing an appeal under Section 96 of the C.P.C. in the following circumstances :
The trial Court pronounces the judgment on 1-2-2008. Certified copy of the judgment and decree is applied for on 2-2-2008, which was reported to be ready on 25-3-2008 but was actually received on 30-3-2008. 10

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CG HJS 2018 Edit

  1. (C) What is the period of limitation prescribed under the limitation act 1963 for suits against trustees and their representatives ? [ 2 marks ]

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