DISCHARGE BY LAPSE OF TIME

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The Limitation Act 1963 laws down that a contract should be performed within a specific period called period of limitation. If it is not performed and if no action is taken by the promise within the period of limitation he is deprived of his remedy at law. For example the price of goods sold without any stipulation as to credit should be paid within three years of the delivery of the goods. If the price is not paid and creditor does not file a suit against the buyer for the recovery of price within three years the debt becomes time-barred and hence irrecoverable.

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