Ashish Agarwal

Ashish Agarwal

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Meaning and Procedure of Judgment and Decree under CPC, 1908

A very minute confusion always exists in the mind of people (including lawyers) with respect to the difference between judgment and decree. This article shall analyse the meaning and procedure of judgment and decree under the Code of Civil Procedure, 1908. It shall further explain the difference between judgment and decree. Introduction Section 2 (2) of the Code… Read More »

Key Points to Remember while Reviewing Legislation

Reviewing legislation is a much more difficult task than drafting legislation. This article provides key points to remember while reviewing the legislation. Introduction No law is good law if it does not cater to the needs and requirements of the society and to cater to the requirements of the society, a law needs to be up-to-date. Therefore, the… Read More »

How to Draft a Legislation?

Drafting legislation is an extremely onerous task and requires proficiency. It is usually difficult to express with exact precision anything that may be easily conceivable by the mind. This is the skill of a legislation drafter who is expected to pen down every word with the exactness to create a nexus between the legislation and the intention behind… Read More »

Application for Miscellaneous Proceedings under Section 141 of CPC

Procedural law can never be complete and exhaustive because substantive laws keep changing with the need of the time. Therefore, certain miscellaneous provisions are required to allow the code to be conformed to in every situation. This article shall analyze the application for miscellaneous proceedings under Section 141 of the Code of Civil Procedure, 1908. Introduction Part XI… Read More »

Revision under the Code of Civil Procedure, 1908

Revision is the power of the High Courts to scrutinise any judgment pronounced by a subordinate court and ensuring that the judgment was passed by a competent court. This article aims to analyse the meaning, object and procedure of exercising the powers of revision by the High Courts under the CPC. Introduction Revision, etymologically, means to go through… Read More »