Category Archives: Civil Procedure

Law Notes – Civil Procedure

Concepts of Admission and Affidavits under the Code of Civil Procedure, 1908

Admission under the Evidence Act, 1872 means, in simple terms, the acceptance of the statements or facts by the party who is referred to such fact. Under the Civil Procedure, examination-in-chief takes place through affidavits and all admissions are done through affidavits as well. Hence, this article shall assist in understanding the concepts of admission and affidavits under… Read More »

Appearance And Examination of the Parties in a Civil Suit

This article deals with Order IX and Order X of the Civil Procedure Code and ameliorates the understanding of the Provisions of CPC for Appearance and Examination of the plaintiff and the defendant in a civil suit. Introduction A civil proceeding initiates with the plaintiff filing a plaint before the appropriate civil court and the defendant being called… Read More »

General Rules of Filing a Plaint

The rules that apply to the plaint, in general, are referred to as general rules of plaint and rules which are specific to the drafting of plaint are referred to as specific rules of plaint. Introduction Order 6 Rule 1 of the CPC defines pleadings as “a plaint or a written statement”[1]. It means that plaint is the… Read More »