Civil Procedure Code

The Civil Procedure Code 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, 1908…

Appeals

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 c…

Hierarchy Of Civil Courts In India

Introduction: The judiciary’, 3rd pillar of the democracy, must be suitable to the needs of the country if the peace is to exist in the country. The structure of the courts for that purpose, …

INHERENT POWERS OF THE COURT

Meaning: The word “Inherent” is very wide in itself. It means existing and inseparable from something, a permanent attribute or quality, an essential element, something intrinsic, or essential, ves…

CAVEAT – CODE OF CIVIL PROCEDURE

The term caveat has not been defined in the code. It is derived from Latin which means Beware. According to its dictionary meaning a caveat is an official request that a court should not take a par…