CPC Mains Questions Series Part V: Important Questions for Judiciary, APO & University Exams | Part – V of X
Legal Bites brings to you CPC Mains Questions Series Part V.
Legal Bites brings to you CPC Mains Questions Series Part V. The questions enlisted here are arranged section-wise and will aid the students in preparing for Judiciary, APO or University Exams. The list of questions curated by Legal Bites will help candidates identify the important and frequently asked questions and give them good practice for their aptitude and knowledge.
CPC Mains Questions Series Part V
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CPC Mains Questions Series Part – V of X
(1). Whether the government has any priority in execution under section 73 of CPC? (2) Whether failure to claim rateable distribution will be detrimental to separate execution by a decree-holder? (3) Whether it is necessary that assets of judgment-debtor should have been realised by the court in execution?
(1) What steps would you take for filing suit against a public officer or the Government and with what object? (2) How should you execute a decree against a public officer of the Government? (3) Is a public officer exempted from arrest and personal appearance?
What should a public officer do on receiving a summons of a suit complaining of an act purporting to have been done by him in his official capacity and how should a Government pleader appear for a public officer? [UPCJ 1997, HJS 2002]
What is a temporary injunction? When and in what matters temporary injunction can be granted? Mention also the C.P.C. (Amendment) Act, 1999. [B. J. 2011, UPCJ 2015] Or When a Court grants temporary injunction under C.P.C.? Is there a limit within which the Court must dispose of the application or injunction? Explain.
In a land acquisition matter, the Reference Court enhanced land value from Rs. 1 lac to Rs. 17 lacs vide Award dated 12.11.1991. State filed an appeal without noticing that the sole respondent in the Award had died before filing the said appeal. On 22.05.1993 an application was filed quoting Order 1, Rule 10 C.P.C. for joining names of legal representatives of the deceased respondent alleging that Govt. came to now of death of the sole respondent only when notice of appeal was returned unserved stating that he was no more.
The application is contested by the proposed L.Rs. on the ground that Order XXII, Rule 4 is the relevant provision to be invoked and the application for impleadment of L. Rs. Should have been filed within 90 days after death as per Art. 120 of the Limitation Act and one officer of Govt. knew about the factum of death and, therefore, the appeal abates.
Contention of Govt. is that Order 1, Rule 10 is relevant and there is no specified period of limitation for making such an application and if at all any application is necessary, the same could be filed within 3 years under Act. 137 of The Limitation Act and in this case, the application was filed much ahead of that time. Deal with the points raised by the parties and decide the matter. [D.J.S. 2000]
A institutes a suit against B for a permanent injunction restraining B from demolishing the boundary wall separating the open areas in front of adjoining houses of A and B. Vide interim order in the said suit B is so restrained.
While B is travelling abroad her husband C demolishes the said wall in violation of order of interim injunction. A files an application under Order 39 Rule 2A CPC against C. Whether C is liable under Order 39, Rule 2A of the CPC.
When does the Court appoint a receiver of any property? Discuss the powers and duties of the receiver.
“An appeal shall lie in the Supreme Court from any judgment, decree or final order in a civil proceeding of a High Court where the case involves a substantial question of law of general importance.” Discuss.