Courts jurisdiction depend upon the value of proerty also.
Pecuniary jurisdiction sets the pecuniary limits on the jurisdiction of a court.
Pecuniary literally means 'related to money'.
It works like this: all courts in the judicial hierarchy have pecuniary limits; and they can't entertain cases beyond their particular limit. For instance, if the pecuniary jurisdiction of the the district court is, say, till ₹1,00,00,000 - then it can't entertain a suit involving more money than that. In the same example, if the pecuniary jurisdiction of the small causes court is ₹5,00,000, then it can't entertain a case with more money involved. So, what if the money involved is ₹5,00,000 (i.e. it is within the pecuniary jurisdiction of both courts)? In those cases, the lower court takes jurisdiction according to the Civil Procedure Code.