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    preposition

    Would you opt for "on" or "to"? I think both are correct, but "on" sounds better to me.

    "There is no upper time limit on/to when an appeal may be filed."

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    Re: preposition

    Quote Originally Posted by Jasmin165 View Post
    Would you opt for "on" or "to"? I think both are correct, but "on" sounds better to me.

    "There is no upper time limit on/to when an appeal may be filed."

    Thanks.
    I would definitely use "on".

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