The parties cannot delegate jurisdiction to a court they do not have, either through private agreements or through a jurisdiction they have under ordinary law. It was found that the principle that parties cannot delegate the jurisdiction of a jurisdiction or remove it from a jurisdiction is considered not an intrinsic jurisdictional issue in cases within the inherent jurisdiction of a court over the subject of the appeal and the question of territorial jurisdiction. An agreement is not applicable if it prevents a person from asserting his contractual rights through ordinary court proceedings or if it limits the time within which he can assert his rights. The contract is void if it expires the right of a party to it or releases part of its responsibility, with respect to a contract after the expiry of a certain period to prevent a party from asserting its rights, is therefore not valid. With respect to Section 28 of the Contracts Act, there is no doubt that this section does not have enforcement agreements that extend the limitation period. Such an agreement, which extends the statute of limitations, contrary to what is provided for by the statute of limitations, would be null and void under section 23 of the Contracts Act, as it would have the effect of countering the provisions of the statute of limitations – Jawaharlal v. Mathura Prasad.  Section 3 of the Statute on Prescription makes it clear that any appeal under a statutory limitation period is rejected, while the statute of limitations is not provided for as a defence. 1Any agreement by which each party by which it is a party does not assert its rights in the context or in relation to a contract in the context of the usual court proceedings, or which limits the time within which it can thus assert its rights, is therefore null and void. No one can exclude themselves from court protection by contract. The citizen has the right to have his status determined by the ordinary courts, except under the treaty if there is a compromise clause that is valid and binding under the law; parties agree on the jurisdiction over which contractual disputes are discharged.