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X and Y had entered into a contract wherein X was to provide some raw materials for the new factory being set up by Y. Y made the due payments in advance and the rest of the payment was to be made on the date of delivery i.e. 14.07.2008. On 10.07.2008, Y suffered a massive heart attack and was paralysed. Taking advantage of his condition, X did not supply him the raw materials and instead sold it to another client. As Y was suffering from severe health problems, he remained almost immobile for a period of two years. He was not in a position to look after his business and could not pay any attention to the same. After getting better around October 2010, Y was declared medically fit by the doctors on 02.11.2010. He was told that he could get back to work but was advised to take it slowly. On 15.12.2011, he filed a suit against X for breach of contract and damages. Decide if the suit is barred by limitation. (10 Marks)
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