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1 Code of Civil Procedure

Syllabus CPC & Limitation Act

A short historical survey of the conception of civil procedure in India before the advent of British. Provisions of the code of civil procedure with regard to suits, their institution, pleadings, plaint, appearance and examination, judgment, decree and execution. Pursue civil litigation through the appellate courts Examining the corrective steps in Civil Proceedings. Appellate litigation strategies and choice of grounds for appeal Revision litigation strategies and choice of grounds for revision petition Rules of C.P.C. Practice Relevant part of Civil court & High Court Civil Rules Drafting exercise (Major part of course) deal with the Law of Limitation Throughout the course Law of Limitation, Court Fee Act, Suit Valuation Act applicable to Civil proceedings Execution of Decree Different orders of court & procedures laid down for it.

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Detail Lecture Plan for Code of Civil Procedure,1908 & Limitation Act Lecture Number Name of Act/ Topic Remark 3-5 lectures A short Historical survey of the Civil Procedure prior conception of Civil Procedure in India to British Period before the advent of British. 40-45 lectures Structuring of CPC & Provisions of the Code of Civil Procedure with regard to suits, their institution, pleadings, plaint, W.S., appearance and examination, evidence, hearing & judgment. Pursue civil litigation through the first appellate courts Examining the corrective/ incidental steps in Civil Proceedings at original, appellate & execution level. 2nd Appellate litigation strategies and choice of grounds for appeal Revision, Review & Reference litigation strategies and choice of grounds Execution Proceedings Rules of C.P.C. Practice Relevant part of Civil court & High Court Civil Rules Law of Limitation, Court Fee Act, Suit Valuation Act applicable to Civil proceedings Drafting exercise (Major part of course) deal with the Law of Limitation Definitions(S.2), Jurisdictions (S.6,1521 & 9), Stay of suits (s.10), Resjudicata (S.11-13), S.89 & O1 to O.20 S. 95- 104, O41, 42 & 43 O22, 23, 39, 40 etc.

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Spon. Test

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7-10 Lectures

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5-10 Lectures Mid Term Test

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3-5 lectures 3- 5 Lectures 3-5 lectures 3-7 lectures 10-15 Classes

Sec.100 & Substantial question of Law 113, 114 & 115 O 47.. S. .. & O21 Civil Court Rules High Court Civil Rules Limitation Act, 1963 Court Fee Act, Suit Valuation Act, Fundamental of Pleadings, interlocutory /incidental applications

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Through out lectures

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Misc. Matter If time permits

Usability of CPC in other laws where Civil Rights are involved.

Total 77- 107 lectures Lectures Final Test

Note Non submission of


project & appearance for viva on time shall be liable for deduction of the marks.

Dr. ANSHUMAN, Faculty CNLU

3 Project Topics on CPC & Limitation Act 5th Semester of CNLU Name of Topic
Decree Order Judgment Subordination of Courts Decree Holder / Judgment Debtor Foreign Court/ Foreign Judgment Legal representative, Govt. Pleader & High Court & Public Officer Property, Movable, immovable & intangible, mesne profit Suit of Civil Nature Revenue Courts & Applicability CPC in Revenue Court Pecuniary Jurisdiction Provincial/ Presidency Small Clauses Courts Territorial Jurisdiction Doctrine of Res-Subjudice / Stay of suit Ruling on stay of suit 1909 to 1950 Ruling on Stay of suit 1950 to 2009 Doctrine of Res-Judicata Constructive Res- judicata Ruling on Res-Judicata 1909 to 1950 Ruling on Res- judicata 1950 to 2009 Transfer of Suits Preparation of Plaint & its Institution Summons & issuance of process Imposition of Costs Power of Executing Court Arrest & detention in execution Arrest & Attachment before Judgment Garnishee Orders & Percept Appointment of Commission Suits by of against Government Inter pleader Suits Settlement of Disputes U/S 89 Public Nuisance & Public Charity Appeal from Original Decree Appeal from Appellate Decree Appeal from Orders Appeal to Supreme Court Reference Review Revision Rules Misc. Proceedings under CPC Restitution Enlargement of Time / Adjournment Caveat Inherent Powers of the Court Joinder of Parties & Cause of Action Addition of Parties Recognized Agents & Pleaders Pleading Rejection of Plaint Return of Plaint Amendment under CPC Written Statement Set off & Counter Claim Effect of non appearance of parties in Suit

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Ex-parte decree Examination of Parties Discovery Interrogatories Admission Settlement of Issues Summon & Attendance of Witness Attendance of Witness confined in Prison Hearing & Examination of Parties Substitution of Parties Withdrawal & Compromise of Suit Substantial Question of Law Suit by or against Military, Naval men or Airmen Suit by or against Corporation Suit by or against firms & person carrying on business in the names of other than own Suit by Trustee, Executors & Administrator Suit against Minor & unsound mind Suit by indigent Person Suit relating to mortgage Suits relating to immovable Properties Temporary Injunction Interlocutory Orders Appointment of Receivers CPC amendment act, 1999 & 2002

Dr. ANSHUMAN, Faculty CNLU