Master the Code of Civil Procedure, 1908 with Legal Bites: Notes, Case Laws, and Study Material.

The Code of Civil Procedure, 1908 (CPC) is an adjective law. It neither creates nor takes away any right. It is intended to regulate the procedure to be followed by civil courts. The Code of Civil Procedure came into effect on 1 January 1909. The objective of the Code is to consolidate and amend the laws related to the procedure of the Courts of Civil Judicature.

This course is divided into eight modules to provide readers with a comprehensive understanding of the Code of Civil Procedure. The study material's systematic approach covers the law's vast scope. Our well-researched and in-depth articles and the 10-part series of important questions and answers provided towards the end of the course have been curated to help readers master the intricacies of this essential law.

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Module I: Introduction

  1. Introduction to Civil Procedure Code
  2. History of the code
  3. Important definitions under CPC
  4. Difference between Decree and Order
  5. Master CPC Mains: Legal Bites CPC Solved Mains Question for Judiciary, APO and University Exams

Important Books and Practice Tests (Must Have)

  1. Civil Procedure, Limitation and Commercial Courts by C.K. Takwani (Author)
  2. The Code of Civil Procedure, 1908 Bare Act with Comments
  3. Master CPC Mains: Legal Bites' CPC Solved Questions Series for Judiciary, APO & University Exams
  4. 1000+ Detailed Questions MCQ Test Series for Competitions (Redirect to Law Aspirants)

Module II: General Principles

  1. Jurisdiction under the Code of Civil Procedure
  2. Hierarchy Of Civil Courts In India
  3. Bar on suits- Suits of civil nature
  4. Doctrine of Res sub judice
  5. Doctrine of Res judicata
  6. Res Sub Judice and Res Judicata
  7. Foreign Judgment
  8. Place of Suits
  9. Transfer of Suits: Application, Grounds and Scope
  10. Notice: Introduction, Mode and Essentials
  11. Caveat: Introduction, Meaning and Scope
  12. Inherent Power of Court (Meaning, Scope, Exercise, Regulations)

Module III: Civil Pleadings

  1. Definition and Fundamental Rules of Pleadings
  2. Plaint, Return and Rejection of a Plaint
  3. General Rules of Plaint
  4. General Rules of Denial
  5. Limitation for Filing Written Statement under CPC
  6. Doctrine of Non-Traversal
  7. Joinder, Re-joinder and Misjoinder
  8. Misjoinder of Causes of Action & Multifariousness

Module IV

  1. Summons – Issue & Service of Summons
  2. Appearance of Parties and Examination of Parties
  3. Appearance and Non-Appearance of Parties before a Court
  4. Abatement & Substitution

Module V

  1. Commencement of a Trial under the Code of Civil Procedure, 1908
  2. Admission and Affidavit
  3. Adjournment
  4. Death, Marriage and Insolvency of Parties
  5. Withdrawal and Compromise of Suits

Module VI: Judgement

  1. Judgment and Decree
  2. Comprehending the Concept of Foreign Judgment
  3. Appeals Under Civil Law
  4. Appeal and Appeal from Orders
  5. Appeals | Part VII of Civil Procedure Code, 1908
  6. Second Appeal
  7. Meaning and Procedure of Review under the Code of Civil Procedure, 1908
  8. Revision
  9. Application to Miscellaneous Proceedings

Module VII

  1. Suits by or against Governments
  2. Suits by aliens and by or against foreign rulers, ambassadors
  3. Suits relating to public matters
  4. Suits by or against firms
  5. Suit by Indigent Person
  6. Suits by or against Minors
  7. Suits by or Against Minors and Persons of Unsound Mind: Order 32
  8. Arrest Before Judgment and Attachment Before Judgment
  9. Temporary Injunctions: Meaning and Types
  10. Appointment of Receivers: Introduction and Legal Provisions
  11. Reference- Review and Revision
  12. Inherent Powers of the Court under CPC

Module VIII

  1. The General Principle of Execution of a Decree
  2. Power of Executing Court: Introduction, Explanation & Limitation
  3. Transfer of Decrees for Execution
  4. Modes of Execution of a Decree

Module IX

  1. An Overview of the Limitation Act 1963

Module X (Other Important Topics)

  1. 10 Landmark Cases of the Code of Civil Procedure

Important Questions for Exams | Judiciary, University, APO etc.

  1. CPC Mains Questions Series: Important Questions Part – I of X
  2. CPC Mains Questions Series: Important Questions Part – II of X
  3. CPC Mains Questions Series: Important Questions Part – III of X
  4. CPC Mains Questions Series: Important Questions Part – IV of X
  5. CPC Mains Questions Series: Important Questions Part – V of X
  6. CPC Mains Questions Series: Important Questions Part – VI of X
  7. CPC Mains Questions Series: Important Questions Part – VII of X
  8. CPC Mains Questions Series: Important Questions Part – VIII of X
  9. CPC Mains Questions Series: Important Questions Part – IX of X
  10. CPC Mains Questions Series: Important Questions Part – X of X

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