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time limit

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtime limitˈtime ˌlimit noun [countable] 🔊 🔊 PERIOD OF TIMEthe longest time that you are allowed in which to do somethingtime limit for/on something 🔊 The time limit for applications is three weeks.
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time limitThis presumably means that leave must be sought to file a supplementary statement where any time limit for filing evidence has expired.If the three-day time limit is not complied with the certificate will only cover costs incurred after the date of issue.You have a 50-minute time limit for the test.There is no time limit on filing serious criminal charges.One possible solution is for the last step in the procedure to be the subject of a strict time limit.time limit for/on somethingYour drawing is open-ended, no time limit for repayment is specified at drawdown.There is no time limit on filing serious criminal charges.There's no time limit on detention under the immigration act.In 4* and 5* policies the time limit for injuries resulting in death is 60 days from the date of accident.The time limit for appeals is three months.
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