Civil Rules And Orders Bangladesh Pdf

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Payment of cost-When the Court passed an order asking the plaintiff to pay costs on his application for adjournment of hearing he was bound to abide by the order.

CPC - Order I to Order XXX

Code of Civil Procedure, 1. Short title, commencement and extent 2. Definitions 3. Subordination of Courts 4. Savings 5. Application of the Code to Revenue Courts 6. Pecuniary jurisdiction 7. Provincial Small Cause Courts 8. Presidency Small Cause Courts 9. Courts to try all civil suits unless barred Stay of suit Res judicata Bar to further suit When foreign judgment not conclusive Presumption as to foreign judgments Court in which suits to be instituted Suits to be instituted where subject-matter situate Suits for immovable property situate within jurisdiction of different Courts Place of institution of suit where local limits of jurisdiction of Courts are uncertain Suits for compensation for wrongs to person or movables Other suits to be instituted where defendants reside or cause of, action arises Objections to jurisdiction A.

Bar on suit to set aside decree on objection as to place of suing Power to transfer suits which may be instituted in more than one Court To what Court application lies General power of transfer and withdrawal Power of Supreme Court to transfer suits, etc Institution of suits Summons to defendants Service of summons where defendant resides in another State Service of foreign summonses Power to order discovery and the like Summons to witness Penalty for default Judgment and decree Interest Costs A.

Compensatory costs in respect of false or vexatious claims or defences B. Costs for causing delay Application to orders Definition of Court which passed a decree Court by which decree may be executed Transfer of decree Transfer of decree to Court in another State Result of execution proceedings to be certified Powers of Court in executing transferred decree Execution of decrees passed by Civil Courts in places to which this Code does not extend Execution of decrees passed by Revenue Courts in places to which this Code does not extend A.

Execution of decrees passed by Courts in reciprocating territory Execution of decrees outside India Precepts Questions to be determined by the Court executing decree Execution barred in certain cases Transferee Legal representative Powers of Court to enforce execution Enforcement of decree against legal representative Liability of ancestral property Partition of estate or separation of share Arrest and detention Prohibition of arrest or detention of women in execution of decree for money Subsistence allowance Detention and release Release on ground of illness Property liable to attachment and sale in execution of decree Partial exemption of agricultural produce Seizure of property in dwelling-house Property attached in execution of decrees of several Courts Private alienation of property after attachment to be void Purchaser's title Suit against purchaser not maintainable on ground of purchase being on behalf of plaintiff Power for State Government to make rules as to sales of land in execution of decrees for payment of money 68 to Proceeds of execution-sale to be rateably distributed among decree-holders Resistance to execution Power of Court to issue commissions Commission to another Court Letter of request Commissions issued by foreign Courts Suits by or against Government Notice Exemption from arrest and personal appearance Execution of decree When aliens may sue When foreign States may sue Persons specially appointed by Government to prosecute or defend on behalf of foreign Rulers Suits against foreign Rulers, Ambassadors and Envoys Style of foreign Rulers as parties to suits A.

Definitions of "foreign State" and "Ruler" B. Application of sections 85 and 86 to Rulers of former Indian States Where interpleader suit may be instituted Settlement of disputes outside the Court Power to state case for opinion of Court Public nuisances Public charities Exercise of powers of Advocate-General outside Presidency-towns Supplemental proceedings Compensation for obtaining arrest, attachment or injunction on insufficient grounds Appeal from original decree Decision where appeal heard by two or more Judges

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(14) "order" means the formal expression of any decision of a Civil Court which is not (18) "rules" means rules and forms contained in the First Schedule or made same or any other Court in Bangladesh having jurisdiction to grant the relief.


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Who may be joined as plaintiffs— All persons may be joined in one suit as plaintiffs where—. Who may be joined as defendants— All persons may be joined in one suit as defendants where—. Power to order separate trials where joinder of defendants may embarrass or delay trial— Where it appears to the Court that any joinder of defendants may embarrass or delay the trial of the suit, the Court may order separate trials or make such other order as may be expedient in the interests of justice. Madhya Pradesh.

One or more members of a class may sue or be sued as representative parties on behalf of all members only if:.

Civil Rules and Orders

Code of Civil Procedure, Appendices to The First Schedule. Acts 35 of t and 24 of It has been extended to Berar by the Berar Laws Act, 4 of and, by notification under ss. Gazette Gazette, , Pt.

CPC - Order I to Order XXX

Introduction:- A summons is a legal document that is issued by a Court on a person involved in a legal proceeding. When a legal action is taken against a person or when any person is required to appear in the court as a witness in a court proceedings, to call upon such person and ensure his presence on the given date of the proceedings, summons is served. If the summons is not duly served then no action can be taken against the defendant. If defendant fails to attend court after receiving summons, he will be ex-parte by the Court.

Code of Civil Procedure, 1. Short title, commencement and extent 2. Definitions 3. Subordination of Courts 4. Savings 5.

Practice Direction 6A contains relevant provisions supplementing rule 6. Revenue and Customs relating to duties or taxes against a defendant not domiciled in Scotland or Northern Ireland. Rule For ease of reference, these are —. Rule 6.

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