The Code of Civil Procedure, 1882: As Modified Up to 1st July, 1888

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Superintendent of Government Print., India, 1888 - Civil procedure - 363 pages

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Page 108 - ... the court or a judge may at any time for sufficient reason order that any particular fact or facts may be proved by affidavit, or that the affidavit of any witness may be read at the hearing or trial...
Page 40 - Government, or to prevent the infraction of any law for the protection of the pecuniary interests of Government ; and every officer in the service or pay of Government or remunerated by fees or commission for the performance of any public duty ; Tenth.
Page 53 - And judgment may be given for such one or " more of the plaintiffs as may be found to be entitled to relief, " for such relief as he or they may be entitled to, without any
Page 232 - ... such further or other relief as the nature of the case may require.
Page 85 - If any person interrogated omits to answer, or answers insufficiently, the party interrogating may apply to the court or a judge for an order requiring him to answer, or to answer further, as the case may be. And an order may be made requiring him to answer or answer further, either by affidavit or by viva voct examination, as the judge may direct.
Page 80 - ... so as to enable the Court to pronounce a final judgment in the same action, both on the original and on the cross claim.
Page 53 - Where an action has been commenced in the name of the wrong person as plaintiff, or where it is doubtful whether it has been commenced in the name of the right plaintiff, the...
Page 108 - Affidavits shall be confined to such facts as the witness is able of his own knowledge to prove, except on interlocutory motions, on which statements as to his belief, with the grounds thereof, may be admitted. The costs of every affidavit which shall unnecessarily set forth matters of hearsay, or argumentative matter, or copies of or extracts from documents, shall be paid by the party filing the same.
Page 241 - Court requires any document to be produced or any witness to be examined to enable it to pronounce judgment ; or for any other substantial cause, the Appellate Court may allow such evidence to be produced, or document to be received, or witness to be examined.
Page 45 - No Court shall try any suit or issue in which the matter directly and substantially in issue has been directly and substantially in issue in a former suit between the same parties, or between parties under whom they or any of them claim, litigating under the same title, in a court competent to try such subsequent suit or the suit in which such issue has been subsequently raised, and has been heard and finally decided by such court.

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