If a party asks for a relief on a clear and specific ground, and in the issues or at the trial, no other ground is covered either directly or by necessary implication, it would not be open to the said party to attempt to sustain the same claim on a ground which is entirely new.
TULSIRAM Vs. RAMCHARANLAL – It is a primary duty of Legal Practitioners to be jealous in guarding the prestige of Courts and in maintaining dignity, decorum and decency in Courts. Nothing, whatever should be done which may bring a proceeding to ridicule or to run a Court into a platform for controversy of any kind, except disputes relating to, rights, duties and liabilities arising from the Constitution or from the law and procedure established thereunder.
The relief sought by the respondent-writ petitioner is as follows: It is, therefore, prayed that Your Lordships may graciously be pleased to issue Rule Nisi calling upon the Respondents to show cause as to why; […]
Introduction The provisions of Advocates Act, 1961 confers a monopoly right of pleading and practising law only on enrolled or registered Advocates. Section 30 of the Advocates Act confers such a right […]
The Court shall inspect and consider all documents as soon as practicable after they have been produced and deal with them as follows: – (a) Documents which are proved (or admitted by the […]
What happens when the defendant appears in Court upon the service of the of summons and never files his written statement.
Under Order 8 Rule 5 (2) of the CPC, if the defendant has not filed a pleading (which is the written statement) the Court can pronounce judgment upon the facts contained in […]
Affidavit in Civil Pleading Affidavit and Civil Procedure Code Affidavit for Additional Issues Adjournments Affidavit of Signature Affidavits and Criminal Proceedings Affidavits and Indian Stamp Act Affidavits and Information Technology Act, Affidavits […]
KEYWORDS:-non-filing of a replication-proving a will- DATE:- 03-12-2008. AIR 2009 SC 951 : (2008) 16 SCR 1117 : (2009) 1 SCC 354 : JT 2008 (13) SC 380 : (2008) 15 SCALE […]
KEYWORDS:-PIL It is settled in law that no right is absolute but the fetters for enjoying the rights should be absolutely reasonable more so when it relates to the right to freedom […]
APPENDICES TO THE FIRST SCHEDULE FORMS APPENDIX A PLEADINGS (1) TITLES OF SUITS IN THE COURT OFA.B. (add description and residence)… … … Plaintiff against C.D. (add descritption and residence) Defendant (2) DESCRIPTION OF […]