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Small Causes Courts

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Section 7 and 8 of Civil Procedure Code , 1908 deals with Small Causes Courts. These Courts are purely a creation of Britishers. These are civil courts per se and deals with those civil matters...

Legal Analysis Of Revision Under Section 115 Of The Civil Procedure Code, 1908

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"Jurisdiction is not given for the sake of the judge, but for that of the litigant."-Blaise Pascal In law, common law1 (also known as judicial precedent or judge-made law, or case ...

Recovery Of Pending Dues/ Safeguarding Your Credits

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We all live in an economic world where our focus is to build our business and profession and take it to the new heights. But one of the major concerns of all the Businesses, Startups and Profes...

Aatmaraksha: In Defense Of Urgent Reformation Of Archaic And Strict Indian Gu...

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"The right of self-defense never ceases. It is among the most sacred, and alike necessary to nations and to individuals." - James Monroe The United States of America (U.S.A. or USA), commonly ...

Transfer Petition: No Longer A Conundrum

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The relief sought in a 'Transfer Petition' is essentially transfer of case either from one subordinate court to another subordinate court within a particular state or from one state to another,...

Rights And Duties Of Seller And Buyer

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Most of the property cases are between family members, leading to the diffusion of the joint family into a nuclear one. Therefore, it becomes necessary to have clear views regarding the provisi...

Review under CPC

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Review is covered under S. 114 of CPC. Review means nothing but to reconsider/rethink or re examine/re-evaluate something. The term "review" refers to a court's re-examination of a pr...

Commissions

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Commissions may be issued to examine witnesses. It is discussed under Order 26. Rule 1 talks that any individual who lives within the jurisdiction of the court and who is either excluded f...

Analysis on: Temporary Injunction

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In general, the court has ample authority to issue a temporary restraining order while the case is pending. An injunction is a court order that either prohibits or compel a party to a lawsuit f...

Definition And Essential Elements Of Decree

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Section 2 (2) of the code of civil procedure, 1908 defines the term decree as following: "It means the formal expression of an adjudication which conclusively determines the rights of the...