Execution of decrees passed by Civil Courts in places to which this Code does not extend. . 8. THE CODE OF CIVIL PROCEDURE, ACT NO. 5 OF THE CODE OF CIVIL PROCEDURE, (Act No. 5 of ). An Act to consolidate and amend the laws relating to the procedure of the Courts of Civil. Full text containing the act, Code of Civil Procedure, , with all the sections, schedules, short title, enactment date, and footnotes.

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Reference to Code of Civil Procedure and other repealed enactments. An Act to consolidate and amend the laws relating to the Procedure of the Courts of. An Act to consolidate and amend the laws relating to the Procedure of the Courts of Civil l) This Act may be cited as the Code of Civil Procedure. Code of Civil Procedure PART VI: SUPPLEMENTAL PROCEEDINGS DETERMINATION OF SUIT ON ISSUES OF LAW OR ON ISSUES AGREED.

Amendment in section 91 of Act V of Amendment in section 92 of Act V of Substitution of section 95 of Act V of Amendment in section 97 of Act V of Substitution of section of Act V of Amendment in section of Act V of It is necessary further to amend the Code of Civil Procedure, V of for purposes of updating certain provisions of the Code.

Be it enacted by Provincial Assembly of the Punjab as follows: 1. Judgment and decree.

CrPC 372: Section 372 of the Criminal Procedure Code

Execution of decrees passed by Courts in the reciprocating territory. Explanation 1.

Explanation 2. The Amendments of and brought in many changes to the procedure to be followed.

According to the amendment, Summons should be delivered to the defendant within 30 days from the date of filing of the suit. The written statement should be filed within 30 days. The court may extend this period up to 90 days.

If the default is for payment up to Rs. In case of attachment while executing a decree, the monthly salary up to Rs. Lok Adalat is a very good example for this. After the amendments, if the value of subject matter of the suit is below Rs.

There is no second appeal if the subject matter of the suit is for the recovery of money not exceeding Rs. Any party to the suit will not be given more than 3 adjournments during the hearing of any suit. The Court will pronounce the judgment once the trial is over.

The Court shall endeavor to pronounce judgment within 30 days from the conclusion of hearing. Such decision is called Decree. While arriving to such decision, the court will explain the grounds because of which the court came to such conclusion.

Such grounds for the decision is called Judgment. Any number of orders can be passed in one suit. The Order can be passed on a suit as well as on application. There are — Non-appealable orders. There are no second appeal for the Appealable orders.

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To constitute a decree, there should be an adjudication by a court in which the rights or liabilities of the parties have been determined conclusively. It should have been formally expressed by the Court.

Jurisdiction of the Civil Court may be categorized as follows — Territorial or Local Jurisdiction Jurisdiction over subject matter Original and Appellate Jurisdiction Territorial or Local Jurisdiction: Every Court has a territorial limit beyond which it cannot exercise the power vested upon it.

Example: The district judge at East Godavari District can exercise his powers only within the district of East Godavari. He cannot exercise his powers in any other district. In the same way, the High Courts will exercise the powers within the state in which it is situated and the neighboring Union Territories attached with the same High Court. Civil Courts, according to their grades, have some limitation to try suits and entertain appeals for the value of money not exceeding some stipulated amount.

Junior Civil Judges have pecuniary jurisdiction of Rs. Jurisdiction over the subject matter: There are civil courts established to try suits or cases of particular nature.

For example, the small cases courts can try only non-contentious cases, like suits relating to promissory notes etc. Similarly, there are Industrial tribunals and labor courts having jurisdiction to try suits related to industrial and labor disputes only.

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These tribunals are not courts but they have been conferred judicial powers to try the matters and enforce the orders Original and Appellate Jurisdiction: The Court in which the suit is filed initially and if the court has jurisdiction to try the original suits the initial suit regarding the subject matter , such jurisdiction is called original jurisdiction.

Once the case is decided, the aggrieved party may prefer an appeal in appropriate court. Such jurisdiction of the court to hear the appeal is called the Appellate jurisdiction.

The Supreme Court, High Court and District Courts are having both original and appellate jurisdiction and can hear both appeals and original suits. These principles are there to improve the efficiency of the courts and to avoid any delay.

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According to Section 10 of the Civil Procedure Code, , when a suit is pending before a competent court, between the same parties and under the same title then, no other court in India should entertain and try such suits.Powers of other High Court to make rules as to matters other than procedure.

Section 51 - Powers of Court to enforce execution.

The Appellate Authority has rightly dismissed the appeal in limine as not maintainble; Naresh Sharma v. The possession of the land was not taken over at that time as the area was not worth residing. The Civil Procedure Code made the procedure to be followed in the Civil Courts very simple and effective.