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Judgments and How to Write them

Judgments and How to Write them

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A litigation begins with the drafting of the pleadings and ends with the signing of the judgment. In drafting the pleadings a lawyer has to follow certain principles and also to take care to place his client's case before the court in as precise and concise a manner as possible and in a form prescribed by the law. A Judge has also to take no less a care in writing his judgment while deciding the cause litigated before him. Even in the case of a judgment there are certain principles which have to be kept in view by the Judge or a Magistrate, and there are also some statutory requirements of law which are to be kept in mind by them while writing the judgment. The observations of the High Courts as well as the Supreme Court from time to time in various reported decisions give an indication of the form which the judgments should adopt and the manner in which the Judges should express themselves.There being no treatise on the theory and practice of writing judgments, the entire law or the requirements of the law hardly, if ever, comes to the notice of the beginners in judicial work and are apt to escape notice or attention of even senior or experienced Judges, be they on civil, revenue or criminal side. Experience, of course, make one perfect, but very often even senior Judges and Magistrates have been found deviating from the principles governing judgments, or the requirements of the law and sometimes even failing to satisfy the bare requirements prescribed under some statute, sometimes for want of knowledge of the requirements of the law in this respect and sometimes because of the required guidance not being available from any quarter. This book is thus intended not merely to be of some help to those who make a beginning in judicial work. It will be found to be of considerable use even by those who, though experienced in judicial work, are called upon to discharge judicial duties of a different nature, for example; hearing of criminal cases or appeals or exercising summary jurisdiction.
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Contents
Chapter 1. Introduction
Chapter 2. Judgment in General
Chapter 3. Judgments of Trial Courts in Civil Cases
Chapter 4. Issues
Chapter 5. Grant of Relief in Civil Cases
Chapter 6. Judgements in Miscellaneous Cases
Chapter 7. Judgements in Criminal Cases
Chapter 8. Punishment in Criminal Cases
Chapter 9. Discussion of Evidence
Chapter 10. Judgment in Appeals
Chapter 11. Assessment Orders
Appendix I - Note for candidates for Judicial Services
Appendix II - Some Model Judgments in Civil Cases
Appendix III - Judgment in Criminal Cases
SUBJECT INDEX
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