CONTENTCIVIL PROCEDURE CODE, 1908Nature, Object and Scheme of the Civil Procedure CodeFeatures of the Civil Procedure Code, 1908The Code of Civil Procedure (Amendment), 2002Amendments to Civil Procedure Code RegardingRecording of EvidenceSuits-Parties to Suit-Procedural RulesRules for Framing of a Civil Suit Institution of Suits of Civil Nature-Jurisdiction of Civil CourtsInstitution of Suits of Civil NatureStay of Suits or Doctrine of Res Sub-JudiceDoctrine of Res JudicataPlace of Suing-Rules as to tbe Forum for the Institution of SuitsCause of ActionProvisions as to the Service of Summons After Institution of SuitPleadingsPlaint-ParticularsWritten StatementSet-offCounter ClaimIssues-Kinds-ImportanceRules as to Framing of IssuesAppearance and ExaminationExamination of Parties by tbe CourtAdmissionsProduction, Impounding and Return of DocumentsSummoning and Attendance of WitnessesAffidavitAdjournmentsJudgment and Decree’Interim Order’ and ‘Stay’Suit for InjunctionAppointment of ReceiverArrest or Attachment Before JudgmentAttachment Before JudgmentCostsExecutionExecution of Decree or OrdersAttachment of Properties-ExceptionsArrest and DetentionSuits in Particular CasesSuits by or Against Aliens and Foreign RulersSuit Relating to Public Nuisance and public CharitiesSuits in Particular Cases-Suits by (or) AgainstMinors and Persons of Unsound MindSuit by in Digent PersonsInterim Pleader SuitAppealsSecond AppealAppealsInherent PowersCommissionsSocial Action LitigationJudgment-DebtorDecree-HolderConstructive Res-JudicataAbatementGarnishee OrderPreceptThe Code of Civil Procedure (Amendment) Act, 2002Amendments to the Civil Procedure Code RegardingIssue and Service of SummonsTHE LIMITATION ACT, 1963General Principles of LimitationBar by LimitationExtention of Limitation when Court is ClosedSufficient CauseLegal DisabilityEffect of Fraud or MistakeAcknowledgement in WritingEffect of Parr-PaymentAcquisition of Ownership by PossessionLimitation and Prescription-Laches-AcquiescenceSection 29 of Limitation Act ABOUT THE BOOKQuick Reference Guide: Q & A Series is a very unique and aberrant concept in LexisNexis Academics Series. A quickreferencer cum revision book, mapped to the syllabus of all universities, focusing on quick conceptual clarity. The QRG seriesfollows a uniform Questions and Answers format which not only helps students to understand a concept quickly but also providesa tool for aiding in last minute rapid revisions.Γ* case Materials: Key concepts in simple, lucid and easy to understand language supported with relevant case law.Γ* Questions. Answers: Topic wise Important questions and answers are provided to enhance the student’s learning skills, problem solving ability and to improve question attempting skills.
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