The systematic, analytical and comprehensive three volumes digest provides an exhaustive coverage of the complete Supreme Court case law on Civil Procedure Code from 1950 to 2018.
The Supreme Court case law on CPC has come to govern almost every important aspect of civil litigation. In this process a great deal of high court case law has been created and re-organised by the Supreme Court. Hence, it has become absolutely essential to have a detailed and exhaustive source of Supreme Court rulings on CPC.
Volume 1 covers: Section 1 to Section 95
Volume 2 covers: Section 96 to Order 9 Rule 12
Volume 3 covers: Order 9 rule 13 to End
The digest can be referred to independently as a complete source of Supreme Court case law on Civil Procedure Code from 1950-2018.
Often, it takes a few years before the Supreme Court case law is adequeltely represented in leading books on CPC. Equally, valuably, it can also be used as a complement to leading books on Civil Procedure Code.
Synopsisation of major sections and Order/Rules of CPC, Table of Cases Digested enables quick reference.
Table of Cases Digested helps to quickly locate relevant rulings on any point.
Other features include cross-citation, annotations, editorial notes and comments.
Table Of Contents:
Vol.2- Table of Content
1. Nature, Scope and Effect
2. Locus standi
3. Delay in filing appeal
4. New plea
5. Number of judges
6. Appreciation of evidence and relief
7. Finding of fact and/or law
8. Challenge to Exercise of powers by appellate court
9. Act abolishing appeal- Retrospectivity
10. Doctrine of merger
12. Further appeal to Supreme Court
13. S.96(2)- Appeal from ex parte decree
14. S.96(3)- Appeal against decree based on consent/compromise
15. Particular Instances and Situations
16. S.96 and Other Provisions
Vol.3- Table of Content
2. Delay in filling application
3. Order 9 Rule 13 proviso(1)
4. Summons not duly served/ Proviso(2) to Or. 9 R.13
5. Sufficient cause for non- appearance
6. Terms on which ex parte order set aside
7. Appeal/ Revision against order under Or. 9 R.13