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Suit  – Premature filing of a suit –  The question of suit being premature does not go to the root of jurisdiction of the court; the court entertaining such a suit and passing decree therein is not acting without jurisdiction but it is in the judicial discretion of the court to grant decree or not

Suit  - Premature filing of a suit -  The question of suit being premature does not go to the root of jurisdiction of the court; the court entertaining such...

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CPC O. 41 R.  27 – When specific allegations have been made by the plaintiff in respect of document being fraudulent, then the burden shifts upon defendant No.1/propounder of the document to prove the same to be genuine, because it is a settled principle of law that the person, who claims some right on the basis of document, is required to positively prove the same.

CPC O. 41 R.  27 - When specific allegations have been made by the plaintiff in respect of document being fraudulent, then the burden shifts upon defendant No.1/propounder of the...

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[P&H] CPC  S. 100 – Once a decree sheet has been prepared, the defendant-petitioners cannot merely challenge the order dismissing their application for condonation of delay by filing a revision petition when they have a remedy of filing a second appeal against the decree sheet drawn up

CrPC S. 439 – Bail applications – Victim – It shall be obligatory upon the High Court to provide them a legal aid counsel with adequate experience in criminal law

CPC  S. 100 - Once a decree sheet has been prepared, the defendant-petitioners cannot merely challenge the order dismissing their application for condonation of delay by filing a revision petition...

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