Law of India

Law of India

  • Section 34 of the CPC provides for award of interest during the pendency of the proceedings.
  • The doctrine of promissory estoppel is not limited in its application only to defense but it can also found a cause of action.
  • The hearing of an appeal under the procedural law of India is in the nature of re-hearing.
  • The law of India knows nothing of that distinction between legal and equitable property in the sense in which it was understood when equity was administered by the Court of Chancery in England.

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