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Product Details:

Format: Hardcover
Pages: 183 pages
Publisher: Eastern Book Company
Language: english
ISBN: 8170125855
Dimensions: 24.2 CM X 1.06 CM X 16 CM
Publisher Code: A/585
Date Added: 2001-01-01
Search Category: Lawbooks
Jurisdiction: Indian

Overview:

This book deals with the suits relating to land and supplemental provisions under the Suits Valuation Act, 1987 (as amended in its application to Uttar Pradesh) and also discusses the Uttar Pradesh Suits Valuation Rules, 1942. It gives the fees applicable to the High Courts and in the Courts of Small Causes at the Presidency-towns, fees in other Courts and in Public Offices, Probates, Letters of Administration and Certificates of Administration, Power to make Rules, Mode of Levying Fees, etc. The book will be a useful guide to the lawyers and the judiciary.

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Table Of Contents:

COURT FEES ACT, 1870

CHAPTER I: PRELIMINARY

Short title, extent and commencement of Act  

Definition of ''Appropriate Government''

Definitions

CHAPTER II: FEES IN THE HIGH COURTS AND IN THE COURTS OF SMALL CAUSES AT THE PRESIDENCY-TOWNS

Levy of fees in High Courts on their original sides

Fees on documents filed, etc., in the High Courts in their ordinary or extraordinary Jurisdiction

Procedure in case of difference as to necessity or amount of fee

CHAPTER III: FEES IN OTHER COURTS AND IN PUBLIC OFFICES

Fees on documents filed, etc., in Mofassil Courts or in Public Offices

Appeal against order to pay court-fee

Application by Chief Inspector of Stamps for revision of Court's order

Reference to High Court by Chief Controlling Revenue Authority

Computation of fees payable in certain suits for money

Fee on memorandum of appeal against order relating to compensation

Power to ascertain net profits or market-value

Procedure where net profits or market-value wrongly estimated

Procedure in suits for mesne profits or account when amount decreed exceeds amount claimed

Decision of question as to valuation

Refund of fee paid on memorandum of appeal

Refund of fee on application for review of judgment

Refund where Court reverses or modifies its former decision on ground of mistake

[Repealed]

Multifarious suits

Written examinations of complainants

Exemption of certain documents

CHAPTER III-A: PROBATES, LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION AND CERTIFICATES OF ADMINISTRATION

Relief where too high a court-fee has been paid

Relief where debts due from a deceased person have been paid out of his estate

Relief in case of several grants

Probates declared valid as to trust property, though not covered by court-fee

Provision for case where too low a court-fee has been paid on probates, etc

Administrator to give proper security before letters stamped under Section 19-E

Executors, etc., not paying full court-fee on probates, etc., within six months after discovery of under-payment

Notice of applications for probate or letters of administration to be given to Revenue Authorities, and procedure thereon

Payment of court-fees in respect of probates and letters of administration

Recovery of penalties, etc

Sections 6 and 28 not to apply to probates or letters of administration

CHAPTER IV: POWER TO MAKE RULES

Power of High Court to make rules

Power of Chief Controlling Revenue Authority to make rules

[Repealed]

[Repealed]

[Repealed]

CHAPTER V: OF THE MODE OF LEVYING FEES

Collection of fees by stamps

Payment of court-fee in cash

Stamps to be impressed or adhesive

[Repealed]

Stamping documents inadvertently received

Amended document

Cancellation of stamp

Refund

CHAPTER VI: MISCELLANEOUS

[Repealed]

[Repealed]

Admission in criminal cases of documents for which proper fee has not been paid

Penalty for breach of rules relating to sale of stamps and for unauthorized sale

Power to reduce or remit fees

Reduction and Remissions of Court fees by the

State Government- Notifications

Saving of fees to certain officers of High Courts

SCHEDULE I

SCHEDULE II

SCHEDULE III

APPENDICES

Court Fees (Uttar Pradesh Sanshodhan) Act, 1961

Rules Framed by the High Court of Judicature at Allahabad [Extract from the General Rules (Civil), 1957]

Uttar Pradesh Court Fees (Payment in Cash) Act, 1975

Uttar Pradesh Court Fees (Remission) Act, 1950

Uttar Pradesh Court Fee, Stamp and Registration Laws (Amendment) Act, 1980

Court Fees (Uttar Pradesh Amendment) Act, 1989

SUITS VALUATION ACT, 1887

Title

PART I: SUITS RELATING TO LAND

Extent and commencement of Part I

Power for State Government to make rules determining value of land for jurisdictional purposes

Valuation of relief in certain suits relating to land

Making and enforcement of rules

PART II: OTHER SUITS

Extent and commencement of Part II

Court-fee value and jurisdictional value to be the same in certain suits

Determination of value of certain suits by High Court  

[Repealed]

PART III: SUPPLEMENTAL PROVISIONS

Procedure where objection is taken on appeal or revision that a suit or appeal was not properly valued for jurisdictional purposes

Proceedings pending at commencement of Part I or Part II

UTTAR PRADESH SUITS VALUATION RULES, 1942

Short title, extent and commencement

Definitions

Suits for possession of land, buildings and gardens

Suits for possession of superior proprietary, under-proprietary and sub-proprietary rights in land

Suits between rival tenants and by tenants against trespassers

Suits for possession of rent free grants

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