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Securitization Act 2002

Time limit for taking action after notice is served

The secured creditor can take action any time after the expiry of 60 days notice. There is no time limit. However action must be taken within reasonable time. The notice cannot be said to be perpetually valid. If the creditor does any act which is contrary to the intention of notice (e.g. reschedules loans or gives further time for repayment), it can be said that the notice has abated and no action can be taken against such notice.

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