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Limitation(verb) a certain period limited by statute after which the claimant shall not enforce his claims by suit. Limitation(verb) a settling of an estate or property by specific rules. Limitation(verb) a restriction of power; as, a constitutional limitation.What are exclusions and limitations?
A provision found in some policies which is similar to an exclusion is called a "limitation.". A limitation also is an exception to the general statement of coverage but is applicable only under certain circumstances or for a specified period of time.What does self imposed limitations mean?
If a limitation is self-imposed, it is one that we have forced ourselves to accept and is not forced on us by somebody else. For example, our limitations which are the result of mistaken beliefs, wrong assumptions or false perceptions are self-imposed.