Law Of Limitation Only Bars Judicial Remedy, The Substantive Right Survives: Kerala High Court

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Law Of Limitation Only Bars Judicial Remedy, The Substantive Right Survives: Kerala High Court

Case: The Assistant General Manager, State Bank of India vs. S. Saradamani & Ors

Coram: Justices Alexander Thomas and K. Babu

Case No: OP (CAT) No.110 of 2020

Court Observation: “We make it clear that the substantive right of the petitioners/Bank to recover the money paid in excess to the original applicant in ways other than judicial remedy is not destroyed by reason of the rules of limitation.”

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Law Of Limitation, Bars Judicial Remedy, Substantive Right Survives