Criminal Trident Pack: IPC, CrPC and IEA by Sr. Adv. G.S Shukla and Adv. Raghav Arora
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house wife... (na)     23 October 2013

What is the meaning of warrnt of attachment?

someone files defamation case on me and my family in april 2013 ...first notice came and then reply ..written statment etc i saw on web site on next hearing warrnt of attachment is written hearing is today 23-10-2013...what does it means ..its a civil type case.....plz tell its urgent....


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laxmi kant joshi (instructor)     23 October 2013

attend the court proceeding and defend your case on their merits .

Adv. Neha ( )     26 October 2013

Warrant of arrest in civil cases


Section 136 of Civil Procedure Code,1908, Procedure where person to be arrested  or property to be attached.
(1) Where an application is made that any person shall be arrested or that any property shall be attached under any provision of this Code not relating to the execution of decrees, and such person resides or such property is situate outside the local limits of the jurisdiction of the Court to which the application is made, the Court may, in its discretion, issue a warrant of arrest or make an order of attachment, and send to the District
Court within the local limits of whose jurisdiction such person or property reside or is situate a copy of the warrant or order, together with the probable amount of the costs of the arrest or attachment.
(2) The District Court shall, on receipt of such copy and amount, cause the arrest or attachment to be made by its own officers, or by a Court subordinate to itself, and shall inform the Court which issued or made such warrant or order of the arrest or attachment.
(3) The Court making an arrest under this section shall send the person arrested to the Court by which the warrant of arrest was issued.

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