The Law of Limitation
The Law of Limitation offers a comprehsive analysis of the impact of periods of limitation on civil litigation in England and Wales.
It examines the individual periods of limitation prescribed by the Limitation Act 1980 (as amended) in respect of specific causes of action and concludes with a discussion of the principal statutory limitation periods other than those governed by the 1980 Act.
The book also contains an Appendix of useful precedents
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Table of Statutes XXXlll
Restrictions on the claimants right to sue 1 14 Contracting out
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accrual acknowledgement action accrued adverse possession amendment apply arbitration arise become statute barred beneficiaries bring a claim brought cause of action Chapter chattel circumstances claim form claim in respect claim to recover claimant commenced common law consequence contract Council Court of Appeal debt decision defect defendant defendant's delay deliberate concealment determined disability discretion effect English law entitled equitable expiration extend fraud give rise Hague-Visby Rules Health Authority held House of Lords instituting proceedings interest issue laches Law Commission legislation liability Limitation Act 1980 Limitation of Actions Lloyd's Rep long-stop Lord Denning matter mortgage negligence owner payment period of limitation personal injury personal injury claim personal representatives Pirelli prescribed principle provision purposes reasonable regard relation relevant remedy rent right of action rules Section situation solicitor subsequent suffered tenant third party tort trust property unreported virtue writ