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Code of Civil Procedure and Limitation Act

Code of Civil Procedure and Limitation Act

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  • Author(s): Dr. S.R. Myneni
  • Brand: Asia Law House
  • Edition: 4 Ed 2020
  • ISBN 13 9789388437998
  • Approx. Pages 632 + Contents
  • Format Paperback
  • Approx. Product Size 24 x 16 cms
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Description
A law student must be thorough with the legal trinity i.e. the Code of Civil Procedure, the Code of Criminal Procedure and the Evidence Act, if he wants to be a successful Advocate. Among the above subjects, the Code of Civil Procedure is a very important branch of Law, which provides the procedure and solutions of many problems related to day to day civil matters. The present commentary on the Code of Civil Procedure provides the knowledge relating a civil suit from the inception to finality in simple and lucid style to create interest among readers and it also provides a complete and prehensive idea about the procedure relating to civil suits. As the Code of Civil Procedure is of century old, it is not possible to provide citation of thousands of caselaws. However, care has been taken to include almost all the core contents of different landmark judgments of the Supreme Court and High Courts at relevant places.
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Contents
UNIT I - Codification of Civil Procedure and Introduction to The Code of Civil Procedure

Chapter 1.    Introduction to Code of Civil Procedure
Chapter 2.    Definitions
Chapter 3.    Suits and Parties to Suits (Orders ti IV and Sections 99, 146)
Chapter 4.    Frame of Suit (Order II)
Chapter 5.    Institution of Suits Order IV and Section 26)
Chapter 6.    Bar of Suits-Doctrines of Res Sub-Judice and Res Judicata  (Section 10-11)
Chapter 7.    Bar to Further Suit (Sec. 12)
Chapter 8.    Foreign Judgment
Chapter 9.     Jurisdictional Bars (Sections 9, 15-21)
Chapter 10.  Transfer of Suits (Sections 22-25)
Unit II - Procedure in Suits before Hearing Pleadings (Order VI)
Chapter 1    Scope of Pleading
Chapter 2    Particulars of Plaint
Chapter 3    Written Statement
Chapter 4    Set-off be given in Written Statement
Chapter 5    Counter-Claim by Defendant
Chapter 6    Summons
Chapter 7    Discovery
Unit III - Procedure in Hearing Suits
Chapter 1    Appearance of Parts and Consequences of Default of Presence
                      or Non-appearance
Chapter 2    Dismissal of Suit
Chapter 3    Ex parte Decree
Chapter 4    Examination of Parties by the Court
Chapter 5    Admissions by Notice (Order XII)
Chapter 6    Summoning and Attendance of Witnesses (Order XVI)
Chapter 7    Production, Impounding and Return of Documents (Order XIII)
Chapter 7A  Summary Judgmemt (Order XIII-A)
Chapter 8    Settlement of Issues and Determination of Suit on Issues of Law or
                      on Issues Agreed Upon (Order XIV)
Chapter 9    Disposal of the Suit at the First Hearing (Order XV)
Chapter 9A  Hearing of the Suit and Examination of Witnesses (Order XVIII)
Chapter 10  Affidavits (Order XIX)
Chapter 11  Adjournments, Judicial Discretion and Problems of Absences (Order XVII)
Chapter 12  Arrest before Judgment (Order XXXVIII)
Chapter 13  Attachment before Judgement (Order XXXVIII)
Chapter 14  Appointment of Receivers (Order XL)
Chapter 15  Incidental Proceedings (Sections 75-78; Orders XXII, XXIII, XXIV and XXVI)
Chapter 16  Judgment and Decree
Chapter 17  Execution of Decrees and Orders
Chapter 18  Enforcement of Execution by Arrest and Detention in the Civil Prision
Unit IV - Suits in Particular Cases
Chapter 1    Suits by or Against Governments
Chapter 2    Suits by or against Military or Naval Men or Airmen
Chapter 3    Suits by Alients and by or against Foreign Rulers and Ambassadors
                      - Sections 83-87A
Chapter 4    Suits by or Against Minors and Persons of Unsound Mind
Chapter 5    Suits by Indigent Person (Order XXXIIII)
Chapter 6    Suits by or against Corporations (Order XXIX)
Chapter 7    Suits by or against Firms and persons carrying on business in names
                      other than their own (Order XXX)
Chapter 8    Suits relating to mortgages of immovable property (Order XXXIV)
Chapter 9    Suits Relating Matters Concerning the Family (Order XXXII-A)
Chapter 10  Summary Procedure (Order XXXVII)
Chapter 11  Interpleader Suits (Sec. 88 and Order XXXV)
Chapter 12  Special Proceedings
Chapter 13  Suits relating to Public Matters (Sections 91-92)
Chapter 14  Appeals
Chapter 15  Reference, Review, Revision and Other Issues Reference
                      (Section 113 and Order XLVI)
Chapter 16  Review (Section 114 and Order XLVII)
Chapter 17  Revision (Section 115)
Chapter 18  Special Provisions Relating to the High Courts not being the Court
                       of a Judicial Commission
Chapter 19    Chartered High Courts (Order XLIX)

Chapter 20  Rules (Sections 121-131)
Chapter 21  Inherent Powers of Civil Courts (Section 151)
Chapter 23  Other Issues
Chapter 24  Miscellaneous (Order XLVIII)
Unit V - Law of Limitation
Chapter 1    Concept of limitation
Chapter 2    General Principles of Limitation
Chapter 3    Extension - Sufficient Cause
Chapter 4    Legal Disability - Conditions - Where conies to an end
Chapter 5    Exclusions in Computation of Period of Limitation
Chapter 6    Effect on the Limitation
Chapter 7    Acquisition of Ownership by Possession
Annexure
Chapter I to Chapter VII
Central Rules U/s 21a R/W 12A of Commercial Courts Act
1.    The Commercial Courts (Pre-Institution Mediation and Settlement) Rules, 2018
2.    The Commercial Courts (Statistical Data) Rules, 2018
Bibliography
SUBJECT INDEX
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Author Details
Dr. S. R. MYNENI

•    Born on 20-8-1939 at Lagadapadu village in Guntur District of Andhra Pradesh
      to Smt.Annapurnamma and Sri Butchaiah and hails from a respectable farmers' family.
•    He had his Primary School Education at his native village; High School Education (1950-56) at
      Pedakurapadu; Teacher Training (1956-58) at Tadikonda; B.Ed. Training (1965)
      and B.L. (1990-93) at Rajahmundry (AP). He has acquired his remaining qualifications from
      Intermediate (1960) to Ph.D. (1983) and LL.M (1993-95) from different Indian Universities
      by private appearance.
•    He worked in Government Schools as Primary School Teacher (1958-66), Headmaster
      and Teacher Educator (1966-69). He officiated as an Extension Officer (Edn.) at Ongole
      Samithi (1969-74). He taught Economics as Asstt. Lecturer (1974-77), Lecturer (1977-87),
      Reader (1987-97) and Mercantile Law  (1998-99) in Government Colleges at Nidadavole
      Rajahmundry and Kakinada in AP.
•    Registered as an Advocate of A.P. Bar Council (1998) and became Member of A.P. High Court
      Advocates Association (2001).
•    His first book 'International Economic Law' was published in 1996 from then onwards
      nearly 80 text-books for B.A., LL.B., and LL.M., Courses written by him were published
      by Allahabad Law Agency, Faridabad and Asia Law House, Hyderabad. Some of them are
       prescribed by some Universities as textbooks/reference books.
•    During the year 2015, under the achievement of writing most law text books, his name
      has been entered in, The Limca Book of Records. The Indian Book of Records,  The Golden
      Book of World Records, and The Unique World Records.
•    He visited Moscow (USSR) in 1985 and the USA in 1999.
•    He has been associated with Friendship Association and Peace Organization.
•    He is the believer of altruism.
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