Court has the power to direct for full or part deposit and/or to furnish security of the decretal amount.
The cover-notes remained in the office of the defendant and are not proved to have been given to the plaintiff, the contract between the parties cannot be held to be concluded.
The Court held the Plaintiff to pay the Court fee by invoking Rule 10 & 11 from Order 33 of C.P.C. The court didn’t direct the defendant to pay the Court fee.
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