Pleadings - An Essential Guide

Pleadings - An Essential Guide

  • Pleadings - An Essential Guide

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  • Author(s) : S.P. Aggarwal
  • Publisher:LexisNexis Butterworths
  • ISBN 10 | ISBN 13 : 9788180389382
  • Edition: 2 Ed Rp 2016
  • Shipping Time:Normally 7-9 Days
  • Pages | Format : 407 + contents | Paperback
  • Approx. Product Size(cms) : 24 x 16
  •  395.00

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Description
Pleadings assists students in their endeavour to enter active practice. The book will help students in understanding the basics of pleadings. It is important for a student to understand that a well drafted document instantly attracts the attention of the court and evolves necessary interest which helps in understanding the subject-matter of the draft. Any failure, however little, in bringing out the material issues would be fatal to the matter under consideration. Therefore, it is pertinent that one has the accurate understanding of the concerned issues so that the relevant questions are brought before the court for successful adjudication. The author has used simple language appropriate for students for an easy grasp of the subject. The book provides model forms of suits, applications, petitions etc and also includes model question papers.
The LexisNexis Student Series books are authored by recognised experts in the field of law. Each book is based on the syllabus formulated by the Bar Council of India for the law schools as part of the ongoing national campaign to improve the quality of legal education. The LexisNexis Student Series will have (a) lectures; (b) cases and materials; and (c) standard textbooks.
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Contents
Chapter 1 - Pleadings - An Initiation
    Plaint and its Contents
    Written Statement and its Contents. Pleadings under Criminal Law
Chapter 2 - Civil Law
    2.1 - Civil Suits and Applications
    2.1.1-Ordinary Civil Suits for Recovery
    2.1.2-Recovery Suit under Order 37
    2.1.3-Suit for Permanent Injunction  
    2.1.4-Suit fpr Mandatory Injunction
    2.1.5-Suit for Damages for Defamation
    2.1.6-Suit for Possession and Recovery of Arrears of Rent by Lessor against Lessee
    2.1.7-Suit for Partition between Co-owners
    2.1.8-Suit for Specific Performance of Contract
    2.1.9-Application for Succession Certificate under the Indian Succession Act 1925
    2.1.10-Petition for Letters of Administration or Probate
    2.1.11-First Appeal
    2.1.12-Second Appeal
    2.1.13-Suit for Dissolution of Partnership and Rendition of Accounts
    2.1.14-Petition for Execution of a Decree
    2.1.15-Application under Section 10, Code of Civil Procedure 1908 for
    Stay of Proceedings
    2.1.16-Application under Section 11, Code of Civil Procedure 1908
    2.1.17-Application under Order 1, Rule 10
    2.1.18-Application under Order 5, Rule 20
    2.1.19-Application under Order 6, Rule 16
    2.1.20-Application under Order 6, Rule 17
    2.1.21-Application under Order 7, Rule 11
    2.1.22-Application under Order 9, Rule 4
    2.1.23-Application under Order 9, Rule 7
    2.1.24-Application under Order 9, Rule 9
    2.1.25-Application under Order 9, Rule 13
    2.1.26-Application under Order 11, Rule 1
    2.1.27-Application under Order 22, Rule 3
    2.1.28-Application under Order 22, Rule 4
    2.1.29-Application under Order 22, Rule 10
    2.1.30-Application under Order 32, Rule 1
    2.1.31-Application under Order 33
    2.1.32-Application under Order 39, Rules 1 and 2
    2.2 -  Petitions under the Hindu Marriage Act 1955
    2.2.1-Petition for Divorce on the ground of Cruelty
    2.2.2-Petition for Decree of Nullity of Marriage
    2.2.3-Petition for Divorce on the ground of Desertion
    2.2.4-Petition for Divorce on the ground of Adultery
    2.2.5-Petition for Divorce by Mutual Consent
    2.2.6-Petition for Judicial Separation
    2.2.7-Petition for Maintenance and Expenses for Proceedings
    2.2.8-Petition for Restitution of Conjugal Rights
    2.3 - Muslim Law
    2.3.1-Suit for Divorce by Wife
    2.3.2 -Suit for Restitution of Conjugal Rights
    2.4 - Control Legislations
    2.4.1-Application/Petition for Eviction on the ground of Non-payment of Rent
    2.4.2-Application/Petition for Eviction of Tenant on the ground of Sub-letting
    2.4.3-Application/Petition for Eviction of Tenant on the ground of causin
    Substantial Damage to the Tenanted Premises
    2.4.4-Application/Petition for Eviction of Tenant on the ground of Bona
    Fide Requirement of Landlord
    2.4.5-Application/Petition for Eviction of Tenant on the ground of using the
    Premises contrary to the purpose of Letting
    2.4.6-Application/Petition for Eviction of Tenant on the ground of acquiring
    Vacant Possession of Residential Premises by the Tenant
    2.4.7-Application/Petition for Deposit of Rent
    2.4.8-Application/Petition for Restoration of Essential Amenities
    2.5 - Consumer Protection Act 1986
    2.6 - Motor Accident Claims
    2.7 - Petitions under Hindu Adoptions and Maintenance Act 1956
    2.7.1-Petition for Maintenance by Hindu Wife under Section 18 of
    Hindu Adoptions and Maintenance Act 1956
Chapter 3 - Criminal Law
    3.1 - Application/Petition for Anticipatory Bail under Section 438,
    Code of Criminal Procedure 1973
    3.2 - Application for Regular Bail in case of Non-bailable Offence
    3.3 - Application for Maintenance under Section 125, Code of
    Criminal Procedure 1973
    3.4 - Complaint under Section 138, Negotiable Instruments Act 1881
    3.5 - Revision Petition under Section 397/401 Criminal Procedure Code
    3.6 - Petition under Section 482, Code of Criminal Procedure 1973
    3.7 - Complaint under Section 500, Indian Penal Code 1860
    3.8 - Petition under the Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act, 2005
Chapter 4 - Constitution of India
    4.1 - Petition for Writ of Certiorari
    4.2 - Petition for Writ of Mandamus  
    4.3 - Petition for Writ of Habeas Corpus  
    4.4 - Petition for Writ of Quo Warranto
    4.5 - Petition for Writ of Prohibition  
    4.6 - Special Leave Petition
Model Questions
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