Civil Procedure Code

The Civil Procedure Code (CPC) is a set of laws that govern proceedings in civil law cases. These laws set out the procedures for filing and prosecuting civil cases in the courts. The CPC also provides guidance on the applicable principles and rules of evidence, as well as the rules of court procedure. The CPC is applicable to most civil cases and provides the framework for the legal system in India. The code defines what is a civil cause of action, and provides guidance on how to proceed with a civil suit. It also deals with the procedures for execution of decrees, appeals, and revisions. The code contains provisions for the enforcement of judgments and awards. It also contains provisions for the formation of courts, the appointment of judges, and the administration of justice.

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TRANSFER OF DECREES AND ORDERS (SECTION 39 OF CIVIL PROCEDURE CODE)

TRANSFER OF DECREES AND ORDERS (SECTION 39 OF CIVIL PROCEDURE CODE)

Transfer of Decrees and Orders (Section 39 of Civil Procedure Code)) is a crucial provision that addresses the transfer of decrees and orders. It empowers the court to transfer these decrees and orders for execution to another court. Transfer for Execution: The...

EXECUTION

EXECUTION

Introduction: The Code of Civil Procedure (CPC) is a comprehensive legal framework that governs civil proceedings in India. One crucial aspect of CPC is the execution of decrees and orders. Execution plays a pivotal role in ensuring that the judgment of the court is...

AFFIDAVIT

AFFIDAVIT

Introduction: Affidavit play a crucial role in legal proceedings, serving as sworn statements made by individuals involved in a case. In the context of the Code of Civil Procedure (CPC), affidavits are invaluable tools that contribute to the fair and just resolution...

CAVEAT

CAVEAT

Introduction: The Civil Procedure Code (CPC) is a comprehensive legal framework that governs the procedural aspects of civil litigation in India. Among its various provisions, the concept of "caveat" holds significant importance. A caveat is a preventive measure taken...

SUMMONS

SUMMONS

Introduction: Embedded within the procedural fabric of Indian civil litigation is the indispensable concept of Summons under the Civil Procedure Code (CPC).  Definition : A summons, in the legal realm, serves as a formal document issued by a court to inaugurate legal...

Written Statement

Written Statement

Introduction: Within the intricate landscape of civil litigation, the Written Statement emerges as a key player, guided by the stipulations of the Civil Procedure Code. This blog endeavors to unravel the importance, prerequisites, and procedural intricacies...