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Law of Pleadings with Precedents (Civil and Criminal)

Law of Pleadings with Precedents (Civil and Criminal)

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  • Author(s): R. Chakraborty
  • Brand: Orient Publishing Company
  • Edition: 1 Ed 2008
  • ISBN 13 9788187197690
  • Approx. Pages 838 + contents
  • Format Paperback
  • Approx. Product Size 24 x 18 cms
  • Delivery Time Normally 7-9 working days

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Contents
Part – I
General

Chapter I - Definition and General Principles
Chapter II  - Rules of Pleadings
Chapter III  - Particulars
Chapter IV - Verification of Pleading
Chapter V - Striking out Pleading
Chapter VI - Amendment of Pleadings
Chapter VII - Parties to Suit
Chapter VIII - Rejection of Plaint
Chapter IX - Defence
Chapter X - Written Statement
Chapter XI - Appeals
Chapter XII - Settlement of Issues and Determination of Suit on Issues of Law or Issues
agreed upon
Chapter XIII - Affidavit
Chapter XIV - Application or Petition
Chapter XV - Withdrawal of Suit
Part – II
Forms and Pleadings

A.    Forms of Pleading Contained in the code of Civil Procedure, 1908
1.    Pleadings
2.    Supplemental Proceeding
3.    Appeal, Reference and Review
4.    Miscellaneous
B.    Forms of Plaints in Suits for Torts
C.    Petition and Reply under The Hindu Marriage Act, 1955
D.    Miscellaneous Forms of Plaints and Applications
E.    Important Applications under the code of civil procedure, 1908
F.    Important Model Form under The Indian Penal Code, 1860 and code of Criminal
       Procedure, 1973
G.   Plaint Relating to Civil Suits
H.   Law of Pleadings
I.    Model Forms and Law Relating to Pleadings
J.    Forms of plaints in suits for torts and petitions in Matrimonial Matters
K.   Complaint and case law under the Consumer Protection Act, 1986.
L.    Prescribed Forms under The Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973
M.   Model Forms relating to Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973
N.   Model Form of Writ under Article 226 of The Constitution, 1950
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Author Details
R. Chakraborty Advocate, Supreme Court

•    Working as an associate with the office of A. P. &J. Chambers, Supreme Court of India.
•    Handling cases relating to Recovery due to banks   etc., Contractual & Negotiable
      instruments matters, Consumer disputes, .Labour Industrial Disputes, Land acquisitions
      and other miscellaneous cases of Copyright & patents infringement in the High Courts
      and other related Tribunals.
•    Drafting of various cases up to final stage & court appearances.
•    Liasioning with various Govt. Depts.
•    Handling legal research & preparing drafts, summaries and agreements.
•    Handling IT-enabled official functions.
•    Knowledge of administrative court procedures, rules of evidence & trial practices.
•    Worked as an intern with the office of Mr. Vinod Swaroop, Senior Advocate (Additiona
      Advocate General of Uttar Pradesh)
Extra-curricular activities
•    Seminar on "Electoral Reforms"; from 3rd Mar -4th Mar. 2001 in N. K. Ghosh   
      Auditorium, J. K. Institute, Allahabad, organized by Ministry of Law & Justice, Govt. of
      India.
•    Workshop on "Eradication of Child Labour in Uttar Pradesh - Protection of Rights of
      Child"; from 29th Apr - 1st May 2001 in Kanpur, organized by Ministry of Labour,
      National Commission of Govt. of India.
•    Workshop on "Children & Women vulnerability to Violence, Trafficking, Sexual Abuse
      and HIV: Uttar Pradesh and Uttaranchal"; from 20th Dec - 22nd Dec 2003 in Lucknow
      organized by UNDP, Dept. of Women and Child Development Govt. of India & BETI
      Foundation Lucknow.
•    3rd International Conference of Chief Justices of the World on Article 51 (c) of the
      Constitution of India"; from  6lh  Dec -8tn  Dec"  2002  in Lucknow, organized by
      C.M.S., Lucknow.
Publications :
•    Numerous publications in Hindustan Times on various aspects of "Law in Daily Life".
•    Columnist for Empowered Women & Stree Shakti on "Lawforthe Common Man".
•    Columnist for Hindustan Times PACE section on Personality Development Total Quality
      Management and Total Quality People.
•    Authored and delivered lectures on three legal topics: Law Sits Importance for Society,
      Law of Torts & its Significance in daily life and Consumer Protection Laws & their
      Importance; for the students of Isebella Thoburn College, Lucknow under the Ford
      Foundation Initiatives for Community development program.
Other Activities
•    Active Member of the Rama Krishna Mission's Medical Initiative Programs & other
     Community. Development Programs since 1996.
•    Executive Member of ASSET Social Upliftment Society since 1999.
•    General Secretary and Executive Member of Vidhi Sewa Sansthan since 2003.
•    Executive Member of Swashakti Initiative Program of Dept. of Women and Child
      Development Govt. of Uttar Pradesh since 2001.
•    Received a specialized training in Total Quality Management & Total Quality People at
      RIMSE Bangalore and indus Quality Foundation New Delhi from 14 Nov to 24
      Dec 1999.
•    Represented Lucknow University at the Advanced Leadership Orientation Camp at
      New Delhi in March 1999.
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