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8.49. General principle as to limitation.-

Ordinarily, limitation runs from the earliest time at which a suit could be brought, and once time has started running, its running is continuous. Arbitration would not, for example, stop it from running unless statute provides to the contrary. To this principle, section 37(5) constitutes such an exception.

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