Symbolic Possession

Symbolic Possession - We find nothing in the provisions of the Act that renders taking over of symbolic possession illegal - This is a well- known device in law - Delivery of symbolic possession amounted to an interruption of adverse possession of a party and the period of limitation for the application of Article 144 of the Limitation Act would start from such date of the delivery – SARFAESI - Securitisation and Reconstruction of Financial Assets and Enforcement of Security Interest Act, 2002. M.V.S.Manikayala Rao v. M.Narasimhaswami , AIR 1966 SC 470, relied.  ITC limited v. Blue Coast Hotels Ltd. & ors.  (S.C.). (2018-2) PUNJAB LAW REPORTER 583

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