Category Archives: Civil Procedure

Law Notes – Civil Procedure

Foreign Judgments in Civil Procedure Code – All you need to know

Introduction Indian legal system is based on Common law legal system. The Constitution of India is inspired from laws and statute of other countries, as many provisions of Indian Constitution has been borrowed from the Statutes of other countries. Fundamental Rights from The U.S. Bill of Rights, DPSP from Ireland etc. Therefore, it is necessary that Indian Judiciary… Read More »


INTRODUCTION The judicial process in India depends on the application of ‘judicial mind’ and ‘judicial reasoning’ to decide a dispute. This application of mind is made by the judge, who hears the case. A judge, though trained to decide such disputes while applying the correct law and expounding it too to fit into the facts, is ultimately a… Read More »

Suit by or against trustees, executors and administrators

Order XXXI – Suit by or against trustees, executors and administrators Where there is a suit between persons beneficially interested in property and third parties, the persons beneficially interested need not be made parties to the suit. (Rule 1) They may be represented by their trustees, executors or beneficiaries. The court may however order that the beneficiaries be… Read More »