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Synonyms for limitation

Synonyms for limitation

the act of limiting or condition of being limited

the greatest amount or number allowed

Synonyms for limitation

a principle that limits the extent of something

the quality of being limited or restricted

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the greatest amount of something that is possible or allowed

(law) a time period after which suits cannot be brought

an act of limiting or restricting (as by regulation)

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36) It calls for a personalized and contextualized determination of the date upon which the limitation period should begin to run; it is said to be premised on principles of equity and seeks to avoid the strict application of limitation periods.
Canada, except in rare circumstances, there are no limitation periods in
Another significant issue that the rule changes address is the limitation period in which to respond to intended agency action or an administrative complaint.
Such contractual limitation period provisions, however, may not reduce the limitations period for federal claims, but those claims do generally require that the employee file a complaint with a governmental agency before a lawsuit can be filed in court.
Generally, the limitation periods to bring legal proceedings in the UK are:
The new reform adopts a two-year statute of limitations, the same limitation period applicable to professional malpractice actions in Florida, and sets a standard for negligence in nursing home lawsuits.
Therefore, the two-year limitation period applicable in Michigan is the longer, and the controlling, limitation period for that claim, which expired September 12, 1998.
Trial Judge Archie Campbell made new law when he reasoned the laws of equity suggest that a 60-year limitation period should apply to the sale of the land.
Counsel for the putative father argued that ambiguity between two different sections of the Act meant that no limitation period was set and therefore, the Statute of Limitations would apply.
The only other property and casualty insurance with a 10-year limitation period is construction defect insurance.
Since the passage of the Act, the Courts of Appeals have split on the issue of its limitation period.
He asked me if I knew what the statute of limitation period was in New York.
In August 1998, within the three-year limitation period, a similar Representative Action was filed in Guyana.
Coordination with the general limitation period for assessment and the effect of information furnished by a material adviser are among the points addressed.
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