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Legal Disability Under Limitation Act, 1963

Introduction The law is usually divided into two categories: substantive law and procedural law. While substantive law deals with the rights and liabilities of the parties to a case, procedural law determines the procedure for the enforcement of these very …

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Fundamental Rules of Pleading

Introduction When a dispute arises between two people, be it about anything, it is preferable to resolve the dispute without having to approach the law for the same. Reason being, the courts work in a systematic way; in fact, the …

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Temporary Injunction Under CPC

Introduction An injunction is a restraining writ issued by a court at the request of a party plaintiff, directed to a party defendant in action, or a party made a defendant for that purpose, barring the other from doing something, …

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Difference Between Decree And Order

Introduction The transgression of the law that does not constitute a crime is a civil offence. The Code of Civil Procedure, 1908 is the one collective uniform law that prescribes the procedures to be followed in Indian civil courts and …

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Powers And Duties of Appellate Court Under CPC

Introduction The purpose of this article is to help in explaining to the readers the concept of Appellate Courts, to understand their need and also to explain the process that is followed when using this mechanism which is ultimately made …

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What are Mesne Profits? How it is Measured?

Introduction Ownership and Possession of a Property are considered as one of the most important legal rights provided by the law. Moreover, there are many rights, powers, immunities, and liabilities included under the provisions related to the concept of ownership. …

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Jurisdiction of Civil Courts in India

Introduction It is a well-known fact that jurisdiction is a key component in determining whether or not the court has the power to adjudicate the case. Without a clear understanding of the jurisdiction, one cannot proceed with a case. Unless …

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A Note on Foreign Judgment

Indian legal system is based on Common Law System. The Civil Procedure code, 1908 (C.P.C) deals with the foreign court and foreign Judgement. Section 2(5) of the code defines a “foreign court” as a court situated outside India and not …

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