Introduction Order XVI of the Code of Civil Procedure (CPC) in India deals with the procedure for summoning witnesses. It lays down the rules for issuing summons to witnesses, including the form and content of the summons, the manner of service, and ..
Introduction:The archaic prison regulations in India are useless in the modern era and are frequently broken. The emphasis on the urgent necessity for reforming prison rules and their enforcement in the aforementioned Oscar Wilde remark is appropriat ..
Introduction Section 451 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 deals with the disposal of property in the custody of police or court. The section states that when any property is in the custody of a police officer or the court and there is no one t ..
Introduction Order VI of the Code of Civil Procedure (CPC) deals with pleadings in a civil suit. Pleadings are the written statements of the parties in a case, in which they set out their respective claims and defences. The purpose of pleadings is to ..
Introduction:For the purpose of starting the lawsuit in the Civil/Commercial Courts, the plaint is filed. The rules of the Code will apply to any court hearing civil cases. The Court's dismissal of the complaint is addressed in Order VII of the C ..
Introduction:The Courts of Civil Judicature operate under the rules of the Code of Civil Procedure, 1908. A code is often a series of regulations that govern how a matter moves through the court system, as described by Section 2 (1) of the Code of Ci ..
Introduction:The common law system gave rise to the concept of admission, which is now part of both the criminal and civil branches of the Indian court system. Admissions help matters be resolved quickly and with the least amount of litigation. It gu ..
Introduction Order XIII of the Code of Civil Procedure (CPC) in India deals with the procedure for the examination of witnesses. The order lays out the rules for summoning witnesses, recording their evidence, and producing documents in court.Under Or ..
Introduction: The crime of disrespecting or being belligerent toward a court of law is known as contempt of court. Contempt of Court proceedings may be triggered by disrespecting judges or other legal representatives while in court or by defiantly di ..
Order XI of the Code of Civil Procedure (CPC) in India deals with the dismissal of suits for default of appearance or non-prosecution. According to this order, if a plaintiff fails to appear in court when the case is called for hearing, or if the def ..