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    The Limitation Act, 1963 prescribes limitation periods for various kinds of proceedings. For a proceeding which is not specifically provided for in the schedules

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    1. The period of limitation is ten years from the day on which the right to sue or apply accrues.

    2. The period of limitation is five years from the day on which the right to sue or apply accrues

    3. There is no limitation period

    4. The period of limitation is three years from the day on which the right to sue or apply accrues.

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