Law of Civil Procedure and Limitation
Code of Civil Procedure, 1908.
1. Code of Civil Procedure, 1908.
Definitions-suits in general, suits of civil nature, stay of suit, Res Judicata, Res Subjudice, Foreign Judgment, Place of trial, Transfer of suits, Joinder, non-joinder and mis-joinder of parties and causes of action Service of summon and pleadings.
2. Executive in general-Courts by which decrees may be executed, powers of the Court executing the decrees. Transfer of decrees for execution and modes of execution, Stay of execution, Suits in particular cases (Orders XXXIX to XXIII). Abatement of suits.
3. Supplemental proceedings, Attachment before judgement, Arrest before judgement, Temporar injuction and Appointment of Receriver.
4. Appeals-Appeals against order and appeals against decree Review Revision and Reference.
5. The Limitation Act 1963 (Omitting the Schedule).
Purpose, policy, nature and scope of the Act.
Definitions: Applicant, bond,defendant, easement,good faith,platiff, period of limitat on.
Relationship between limitation, laches, acquiescence, estoppel and res judicate; Limitation of suits, appeals and applications, computation of period of limitation, acknowledgement and part payment, acquisition of ownership by prescription.
Leading Cases :
1. Shri Sinha Ramanuja v. Ramanuja, AIR 1961 SC 1720.
2. Seth Hukamchand v. Maharaja Bahadur Singh 60 IA 313.
3. Narain Bhagwantrao v. Gopal Vinayak, AIR 1960 SC 104.
4. Garikapati Veerva v. N. Subhia Chaudhary, AIR 1957 SC 540.
5. Deoki Nandan v. Murlidhar, AIR 1957 SC 133.
6. Deity Pattabhirama Swamy v. Hanmayya, AIR 1959 Sc. 57.
7. S.M. Jakati v. B.M. Borker, AIR 1959 SC 282.
The Limitation Act 1963