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Civil Laws
Civil law is the legal tradition that derives from Roman law. The civil‐law tradition developed on the continent of Europe and spread throughout the world as a byproduct of the European expansion that took place from the fifteenth through the twentieth centuries.

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Necessary Party And Proper Party in CPC
Published : January 02, 2018 | Author : rkca1234@gmail.com | Rating :
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Article is presented in a dialog form making the concepts live and interactive.
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How to Generate and Execute a Power of Attorney
Published : December 13, 2017 | Author : LegalForms | Rating :
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A Power of attorney is a legal authorization to grant exclusive rights of making decisions on private affairs, legal matters and business to the agent or attorney-in-fact by the Grantor, Principal or Donor of the Power.
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Transfer Petition in Supreme Court of India-All about
Published : October 04, 2017 | Author : nitish788 | Unrated
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Under Section 25 of the Code of Civil Procedure the Honble Supreme Court has the power to transfer any Case, appeal or other proceedings from High Court or other civil court in one State to a High Court or other civil court in any other State
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Section 63 and 63-1A of the Maharashtra Tenancy and Agricultural Lands Act
Published : September 08, 2016 | Author : PRASHANTI UPADHYAY | Rating :
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Section 63 of the Maharashtra Tenancy and Agricultural Lands Act for short MTAL or the Act barred transfer of Agricultural lands to Non-Agriculturist without the permission of the Collector or Officer authorized by the State Government.
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Restitution W.r.t. to Civil Procedure Code 1908
Published : July 05, 2016 | Author : shubham bhargava | Rating :
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This Article is About Restitution its Legal Interpretation role of Judiciary and conclusion to it.
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Caveat Petition
Published : June 13, 2016 | Author : hindushree | Rating :
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A detailed analysis of Caveat Petition under the CPC, 1908.
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Family Arrangements In India
Published : May 27, 2016 | Author : Deepti Bajpai | Rating :
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The Indian courts and judiciary is no stranger to family disputes. Majority of the cases relate to disputes with regards to family property and its division. Thus, in order to solve such disputes the Indian courts have taken a very liberal and broad view with regards to the validity of the family settlement and have always tried to uphold it and maintain it.
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Strengthening Civil Society
Published : April 13, 2016 | Author : Prashanti | Unrated
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The emergence of civil society as a force to be reckoned with can be understood as a consequence of changes in the interrelation between society, politics and economy.
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Limitations in CPC-Execution of Foreign Judgments in India
Published : March 03, 2016 | Author : div.verma | Unrated
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Execution of foreign decrees in India and the limitation related to the same
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Jurisdiction of Civil Court and Place of Suing
Published : April 05, 2015 | Author : schoudhary | Rating :
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Exercise of Jurisdiction by Civil Court, Provision under Civil Procedure Code 1908
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Disposal of Civil Cases: Perestroika
Published : December 03, 2013 | Author : YSRAO JUDGE | Rating :
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According to recent reports over three million cases are pending in India's 21 high courts, and an astounding 26.3 million cases are pending in subordinate courts across the country. In subordinate courts, Uttar Pradesh again topped the number of pending cases (4.6 million), followed by Maharashtra (4.1 million), Gujarat (3.9 million), West Bengal (1.9 million), Bihar (1.2 million), Karnataka (1.06 million), Rajasthan (1.05 million), Orissa (1 million), Andhra Pradesh (900,000) . How long can a civil case be pending in court ? The answer appears to, in the mind of a common citizen, be that once a case is filed in court it may remain pending for as long as the case is being actively prosecuted by the parties without regard to any statute of limitations. Statutes of limitation require only that lawsuits be filed within a certain period of time after the occurrence of the incident that gave rise to the cause of action. Once the case is filed, however, it may remain pending until properly disposed of.
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Can the doctrine of lis pendens prevail over the rule of res judicata
Published : November 16, 2013 | Author : YSRAO JUDGE | Rating :
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Lis pendens and res judicata are the Latin terms. It can be abbreviated as '' Lis pend'' . ''Lis'' means an action or a suit. ''pendens'' means is continuing or pending. It is thus known that Lis pendens means a pending action. More so, ''Lis alibi pendens'' means a suit pending elsewhere. ''Lis mota'' means a Court action that has set in motion.
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Sale of Immovable Property
Published : November 16, 2013 | Author : YSRAO JUDGE | Rating :
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Adjudicatory bodies ensue the law, equity, principles of natural justice and good conscious. The word Execution is not defined in Code of Civil Procedure,1908 (herein after referred as CPC). The word Execution can.
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Promissory Note in India
Published : November 15, 2013 | Author : YSRAO JUDGE | Rating :
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The sum of money promised to be paid must be certain and definite amount. The law relating to ‘Negotiable Instruments’ in a Bills of Exchange Act, is codified in the commonwealth. Almost all jurisdictions, including in New Zealand, UK, Mauritius, codified the law as to negotiable Instruments. In India, The Negotiable Instrument Act, 1881 came into force. To understand the meaning of negotiable instrument, it is suffice to say that it means a promissory note, bill of exchange or cheque payable either to order or to bearer. During the Renaissance, Promissory note was in use in Europe. Later, during 20th century, the instrument changed substantially both in use and form and certain claused were added.
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Suit For Specific Performance of Contract in India
Published : November 13, 2013 | Author : YSRAO JUDGE | Rating :
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Specific performance is a remedy developed by principle of equity. A party to a contract who is damaged because the contract is breached by another party has the option to file a suit for specific performance compelling to perform his part of contract. Before an equity court will compel specific performance, however, the contract must be one which can be specifically performed. Section 16 (c) of the Act envisages that plaintiff must plead and prove that he had performed or has always been ready and willing to perform the essential terms of the contract which are to be performed by him, other than those terms the performance of which has been prevented or waived by the defendant.
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Condonation of Delay in case Appeals
Published : June 08, 2013 | Author : nitish788 | Rating :
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the concept of condonation of delay in case of appeal. Section 5 Limitation Act, with reference to State (NCT Of Delhi) Vs Ahmed Jaan.
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Order 37, CPC, Summary Suits
Published : April 23, 2013 | Author : akshat759 | Rating :
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CPC: Civil litigation, especially recovery suits generally termed to be a long drawn battle and regarded as something best avoided, is not so. The general belief that by filing a recovery Suit against a Debtor...
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Res Judicata - A Brief Study
Published : March 16, 2013 | Author : arnav.upes | Rating :
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The concept of Res Judicata finds its evolvement from the English Common Law system, being derived from the overriding concept of judicial economy, consistency, and finality. From the common law, it got included in the Code of Civil Procedure,1908 and which was later as a whole was adopted by the Indian legal system....
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Amendment to Pleadings and the approach of the Judiciary
Published : January 10, 2013 | Author : ArindamG | Rating :
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It is about the amendment of plaint and written statement under CPC and the growing judicial trend...
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Land Acquisition Bill, 2011-An Insight into Key Issues
Published : November 01, 2012 | Author : souvik_86 | Rating :
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Study of the new land Acquisition Bill, 2011 which is recently cleared by the Group of Ministers and to be laid before the Parliament...
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