Law Guide and Legal Awareness for litigants, lawyers, students and general public.
Code of Civil Procedure (CPC)
As per Order IV Rule 1 of Code of Civil Procedure, a suit is instituted by presentation of a plant and is in duplicate. The plaint should contain all relevant facts necessary for final determination of the dispute between the parties...more..
Summary procedure is the best option to recover money through a recovery suit for the cases qualifying to file suit under order xxxviii. The Plaintiff has to pay court fee as prescribed in law.
Execution means enforcement of decision given or decree or order passed by competent authority or Court. The person, in whose favour, decree is passed is called decree-holder and against whom it is passed, is called Judgment Debtor...more..
In case a decree for recovery of money is passed against a Person, Court may execute such decree...more..
As per section 55(1) of Code of Civil Procedure, a Judgment debtor may be arrested in execution of a decree at any hour and on any day, and shall, as soon as practicable, be brought before the Court and his detention may be in the civil prison of the district in which the Court considering the detention is situate...more..
It is not mandatory for a Plaintiff or defendant to appear for a case in person. They can appoint agents and pleaders to represent them...more..
Issue of Summons is defined under Order V of Code of Civil Procedure. As per Order 5 Rule 1 (1) when a suit has been duly instituted, a summons may be issued to the defendant to appear and answer the claim and to file the written statement of his defence, if any, within 30 days from the date of service of summons on that defendant...more..
Criminal Procedure Code (CRPC)
Law permits compounding or compromise of some specified offences . In this respect, reference may be made to two tables available under section 320 of Code of Criminal Procedure. Some of the offences are compoundable with permission of the court whereas some are compoundable without permission of the court...more..
Important Case Laws, Citations