APPEALS – PART VII, Section 96-112 of CIVIL PROCEDURE CODE (CPC) Appeals from original decrees Section 96. Appeal from original decree. (1) Save where otherwise expressly provided in the body of this Code or by any other law for the time being in force, an appeal shall lie from everyKeep Reading


RULES – PART X, Section 121-131 of CIVIL PROCEDURE CODE (CPC) Section 121. Effect of rules in First Schedule. The rules in First Schedule shall have effect as if enacted in the body of this Code until annulled or altered in accordance with the provisions of this Part. Section 122.Keep Reading


MISCELLANEOUS – PART XI, Section 132-158 of CIVIL PROCEDURE CODE (CPC) Section 132. Exemption of certain women from personal appearance. (1) Women who, according to the customs and manners of the country, ought not to be compelled to appear in public shall be exempt from personal appearance in Court. (2) NothingKeep Reading


ORDER I of CIVIL PROCEDURE CODE (CPC) – PARTIES OF SUITS 1. Who may be joined as plaintiffs. All persons may be joined in one suit as plaintiffs where- (a) any right to relief in respect of, or arising out of, the same act or transaction or series of actsKeep Reading


ORDER II of CIVIL PROCEDURE CODE (CPC) – FRAME OF SUIT 1. Frame of suit. Every suit shall as far as practicable be framed so as to afford ground for final decision upon the subjects in dispute and to prevent further litigation concerning them. 2. Suit to include the wholeKeep Reading


ORDER IV of CIVIL PROCEDURE CODE (CPC) – INSTITUTION OF SUITS 1. Suit to be commenced by plaint. (1) Every suit shall be instituted by presenting a plaint to the Court or such officer as it appoints in this behalf.  (2) Every plaint shall comply with the rules contained inKeep Reading

Order 4A Civil Procedure Code CPC

1. Consolidation of suits and proceedings.
When two or more suits or proceedings are pending in the same Court, and the Court is of opinion that it is expedient in the interest of justice, it may by order direct their joint trial, where upon all such suits and proceedings may be decided upon the evidence in all or any of such suits or proceedings.Keep Reading


ORDER VI of CIVIL PROCEDURE CODE (CPC) – PLEADINGS GENERALLY 1. Pleading. “Pleading“, shall mean plaint or written statement. 2. Pleading to state material facts and not evidence. (1) Every pleading shall contain, and contain only a statement in a concise form of the material facts on which the partyKeep Reading


ORDER VII of CIVIL PROCEDURE CODE (CPC) – PLAINT 1. Particulars to be contained in plaint. The plaint shall contain the following particulars- (a) the name of the Court in which the suit is brought; (b) the name, description and place of residence of the plaintiff; (c) the name, descriptionKeep Reading