Civil Court Practice & Procedure

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Civil litigation and   cases are brought to enforce, redress, or protect the private rights of an individual, organization or government entity. The remedies available in a civil action include the recovery of money damages and the issuance of a court order requiring a party to the suit to complete an agreement or to refrain from some activity or for declaration. The party who initiates the suit is the “plaintiff,” and the party against whom the suit is brought is the “defendant.” In civil cases, the plaintiff must prove his case by “a preponderance of the evidence.”

The Code of Civil procedure

Civil Courts

The Suit & Cause of Action

General Pleadings

Limitation

Filing a Cause and Listing of the of the Matter

Suit Valuation and court Fees

Pre-Trail Procedure

Tial procedure

Enforcement of Judgement and Decree

The Contempt of Court

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Practice in the Trial of Civil Suits Delhi High Court

THE ANDHDRA PRADESH CIVIL RULES OF PRACTICE AND CIRCULAR ORDERS, 1990

Practice in the trial of Civil Suits-Punjab and Haryana High Court Rules and Orders

Civil Court Rules of the High Court of Jharkhand

General Rules (Civil), 1957 (Uttar Pradesh)

SUPREME COURT OF INDIA PRACTICE & PROCEDURE( hand book)

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