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The Code of Civil Procedure 1908 Lecture – 05

The Code of Civil Procedure 1908 Lecture – 05

Code of Civil Procedure Summons The concept of ‘Summons is an important subject matter of the CPC. When the plaintiff files a suit, the defendant has to be informed that the suit, the defendant has to be informed that the suit has been filed against him, and that he is required to appear in the.....

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The Code of Civil Procedure 1908 Lecture – 04

The Code of Civil Procedure 1908 Lecture – 04

Code of Civil Procedure Institution of Civil Suits Where to be instituted: Section 15 of the C P C specifies that every suit shall be instituted in the Court of the lowest grade competent to try it. How to Institute: With regard to institution of Civil suit section 27 of the C P C specifies [&hel.....

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The Code of Civil Procedure 1908 Lecture – 03

The Code of Civil Procedure 1908 Lecture – 03

Code of Civil Procedure Res-subjudice (Stay of Suit) Section 10 of the CPC deals with the concept of ‘res subjudice’. The Latin world ‘ Res ’ means ‘ thing ’ and ‘ sub judice ’ meand ‘ under a judge ’ or ‘ under determination of a court. ’ Technically the term ‘ res subj.....

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The Code of Civil Procedure 1908 Lecture – 02

The Code of Civil Procedure 1908 Lecture – 02

Code of Civil Procedure Structure of Civil Courts and Jurisdiction Section 3 of the Civil Courts Act, 1887 as amended by the Civil Courts Act 2001, provides for following classes of Civil Courts, namely—   Appellate Division   ↑ The Supreme Court                    .....

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The Code of Civil Procedure 1908 Lecture-01

The Code of Civil Procedure 1908 Lecture-01

Introduction General concept of Substantive law and Procedural law: – Both public and private law may be substantive law or procedural law. The distinction between the substantive and procedural law is not an always easy and clear-cut. The same law may be procedural as well as substantive. .....

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The Code of Civil Procedure 1908

The Code of Civil Procedure 1908

Question: What do you know about Receiver? How they are appointed? State the power, duties and liabilities of a receiver? Answer Receiver The term receiver has not been defined in the Code of Civil Procedure 1908. Receiver is an important person appointed by Court to collect, receive pending the .....

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The Code of Civil Procedure

The Code of Civil Procedure

Appeal: There is no definition of ‘Appeal’ in the CPC. ‘ Appeal ’ means the right of carrying a particular case from an inferior to superior court with a view to ascertaining whether the judgment is sustainable or not. Appeal is a kind of application by a party to an appellate court, aski.....

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Dictionary of law (Part4,Q-Y)

Dictionary of law (Part4,Q-Y)

Dictionary of law: Helps the students of law to understand definitions of various words related to law. Quantum Latin: amount or extent.   Quantum meruit Latin for “as much as is deserved.” This is a legal principle under which a person should not be obliged to pay, nor should anothe.....

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Dictionary of law (Part3,L-P)

Dictionary of law (Part3,L-P)

Dictionary of law: Helps the students of law to understand definitions of various words related to law. Labor & Employment Law this area of the law encompasses a wide variety of issues like Pension Plans, Retirement, Occupational Safety & Health Regulations, Affirmative Action and Sexual .....

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Dictionary of Law (Part2,E-J)

Dictionary of Law (Part2,E-J)

Dictionary of law: Helps the students of law to understand definitions of various words related to law. E-Commerce Law the area of law specifically dealing with the form of business known as E-commerce, which is a rapidly developing and exciting business form.   Easement A right of passage over .....

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Dictionary of Law (Part 1, A-D)

Dictionary of Law (Part 1, A-D)

Dictionary of law: Helps the students of law to understand definitions of various words related to law. A fortiori More effective; with greater reason.   A vinculo matrimonii Latin: of marriage. The term is now used to refer to a final and permanent dissolution of the marriage by a decree of.....

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Report on Theories of Crime and Deviance

Report on Theories of Crime and Deviance

Introduction Deviance in a sociological context describes actions or behaviors that violate cultural norms including formally-enacted rules (e.g., crime) as well as informal violations of social norms (e.g., rejecting folkways and mores). It is the purview of sociologists, psychologists, psychiat.....

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