Code of Civil Procedure, 1908 – Notes, Case Laws And Study Material

By | August 7, 2018
Civil Procedure Code

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 systematic approach of the study material covers the vast scope of the law. Our well researched and in-depth articles, as well as the 10-part series of important questions provided towards the end of the course, have been curated to help readers master the intricacies of this essential law.

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Important articles and study material on Civil Procedure Code – Click on the links to Read:

Module I: Introduction

Module II: General Principles

Module III: Civil Pleadings 

Module IV    

Module V

Module VI: Judgement 

Module VII

Module VIII

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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