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O. Haridasan (Service)     27 November 2010

credit information bureau

We have Credit Information Bureau (India) Ltd., where credit ratings are shown. Some times it so happens that an individual would not have paid a meager amount towards a transaction because he knows that the said amount was unjust and illegal. After years, neither of the parties pursue the event, when he applies for some loan he would be surprised to find that he is an offender because of this faux paus. Rating that individual as an offender because of such a transaction would be wholly unjustified. But has an individual any right against this, other than payment of the said amount? This happened to a friend of mine when he was shown as an offender for a mere Rs.400/- when loans worth lakhs of rupees have been repaid by him. So why is it that Limitation Act is not applied for such credit ratings?


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Rama chary Rachakonda (Secunderabad/Highcourt practice watsapp no.9989324294 )     30 November 2010

Limitation confined to  the period of time prescribed for instituting any legal proceeding under the provisions of the statute. Section 2(j) " Period of limitation " means the period of limitation  prescribed for any suit, appeal or application by the schedule, and ' Prescribed Period" means the period of limitation computed in accordance with the provisions of the act. 

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