How to file Caveats before Calcutta High Court

See Calcutta  High Court Appellate Side rules

Rules regarding caveats

81. Every caveat intended to be lodged under section 148A of the Code of Civil Procedure, 1908, shall be drawn up in the manner prescribed in Form 35 (Civil) (Appendix I) and filed in the Central Filing Section of the appellate side of this court.

82. Every caveat under section 148A shall be accompanied by a postal receipt in proof of despatch of notice of the caveat by speed post or registered post with acknowledgement due to the person by whom the application has been or is expected to be made in respect of which the caveat is being lodged under sub – section (1) of section 148A:

Provided that in a case where caveat is lodged in a pending proceeding instituted through an advocate the caveator shall also annex to his caveat a receipt showing service of such Caveat upon the said learned advocate. Continue reading “How to file Caveats before Calcutta High Court”

How to file Affidavit before Calcutta High Court

Calcutta High Court Appellate Side Rules Affidavits 22. Every affidavit to be used in a Court of Justice shall be instituted “In the Court of ……………………… at ………………,” naming such court. 23. If there be a cause in court, the affidavit in support of, or in opposition to, an application respecting it shall also be instituted in the cause. 24. If there be no cause in court, the … Continue reading How to file Affidavit before Calcutta High Court

Case Flow Management Rules 2006 in the Subordinate Courts [West Bengal]

Published vide Notification No. 4680-G, 6th December, 2006.

High Court, Calcutta

Appellate Side

High Court Rules 2006

Notification No. 4680-G, 6th December, 2006. – In exercise of the power conferred by Part X of the Code of Civil Procedure 1908 (5 of 1908), and all other powers, the Calcuta High Court hereby makes the following Rules, in regard to case flow management in the Subordinate Courts. Continue reading “Case Flow Management Rules 2006 in the Subordinate Courts [West Bengal]”

Shib Nath Banerjee And Ors. vs A.E. Porter And Ors. [ALL HC CALCUTTA 1943 JUNE]

KEYWORDS:- DETENTION- ORDINANCE MAKING POWER OF GOVERNOR-GENERAL- DATE:- 3rd June 1943 In accordance with British Jurisprudence no member of the executive can interfere with the liberty or property of a British subject except on condition that he can support the legality of his action before a Court of Justice and it is the tradition of British Justice that Judges should not shrink from deciding such issues … Continue reading Shib Nath Banerjee And Ors. vs A.E. Porter And Ors. [ALL HC CALCUTTA 1943 JUNE]

Unknown vs Dhananjoy Singh @ Motu & Anr [CALCUTTA HC 2015]

KEYWORDS : BAIL- POCSO -CANCELLATION OF BAIL The legal proposition that under the POCSO Act only the Special Court has been singularly vested with all the powers to try an offence under the Act and to entertain and consider application for bail filed by the accused and to deal with any incidental matter thereto including the power of detention and remand of the accused. Calcutta … Continue reading Unknown vs Dhananjoy Singh @ Motu & Anr [CALCUTTA HC 2015]

Calcutta High Court Original Side Rule [Appendix R TO Z]

Appendix R Rules for the grant of subsistence allowance and conveyance hire to complainants and witnesses[N.B. With reference to the Notes to rules 5 and 6 of Chap. XXXVII, the following rules made by H.E, the Governor under the powers conferred upon him under section 544 of the Code of Criminal Procedure appear to have consolidated and superseded the four sets of rules previously existing as … Continue reading Calcutta High Court Original Side Rule [Appendix R TO Z]

Calcutta High Court (Jurisdictional Limits) Act, 1919.

ACT NO.15 OF 1919 [AS ON 1956] An Act to declare and prescribe the limits of the ordinary original civil jurisdiction of the High Court of Judicature at Fort William in Bengal. [17th September, 1919.] WHEREAS clause 11 of the Letters Patent for the High Court of Judicature at Fort William in Bengal, dated the 28th December, 1865, provides that the said High Court shall have and … Continue reading Calcutta High Court (Jurisdictional Limits) Act, 1919.

Calcutta High Court original side rules- Appendices [A TO Q]

(Part I) Forms and Certain Miscellaneous Matters Appendix A Form No. 1 [CHAPTER II, RULE 11] Notice is hereby given that AB of No………………… in the town of Calcutta who was immediately before the 1 st day of January, 1977 under the articles of clerkship to Mr. CD of No………………….. Attorney at-Law (and who was immediately before the 1st day of January, 1977 under articles of clerkship by an … Continue reading Calcutta High Court original side rules- Appendices [A TO Q]

Calcutta Appellate side Rule Chapter -19 Rules Relating to Computerised Listing of Cause List of Appellate Side

[CHAPTER XIX] Rules Relating to Computerised Listing of Cause List of Appellate Side These Rules shall have effect notwithstanding anything contrary contained anywhere else in the Appellate Side Rules of the High Court at Calcutta. 2. Definitions.– In this Chapter unless the context otherwise requires, – (i) “Application” would mean the main application to initiate the proceeding for Civil Order or Criminal Misc. Cases or … Continue reading Calcutta Appellate side Rule Chapter -19 Rules Relating to Computerised Listing of Cause List of Appellate Side