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Allahabad University Studies Vol VI 1929 no 6

1935

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PREF The importance of *recent legislative.changes ' the numbers of amendments in rules and procedure and above all the publmtion of the report of the Civil Justice Committee since the last edition of this work appeared in 1918 had long sewed to emphasise the need for a thorough revision of both volumes of the Court's Civil Rules and Orders.' It was not however till the middle of 193!2 that [...] Each of the existing rules of the Calcutta High Couft together with those of all the other High Courts and the recommendations of the Civil Justice Committee had to be examined in detail acid tl.e whole had to be brought into line with the Codes and Laws which it is the business of High Court rules to amplify.and explain. [...] The conefirehensive and radical character of the revision work of nearly three years will be found largely in the introduction in Volume I of numerous rules tending to i' prove the adinini‘tration and the rescission of obsolete ones and in the addition modification simplification and deletion of certain forms in Volume II undertaken with the sameend in view. [...] Record-Keeper and his staff. 2. Receipts of records in the Record Room 3. Arrangement of records in the Record Room 4. Custody Removal and Transmission of Records and of Documents contaied therein. [...] 1. General.......... 423.428 2. Construction and Repair of Buildings for Judicial Officers.. 428 3. Dress of Judicial Officers...... 428.429 4. Temporary additions to the judicial staff and Transfer of Cases 429-431 5. Casual Leave.......... 431-432 6. Leave under the Fundamental Rules and Civil Service Regulations 433 7. Medical Leave........ 433-434 Chapter 48.

Title Pages Author/Editor
Frontmatter i-xxxix Ganganatha Jhas

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Chapter 1. Court-Hours Cause Lists Pleadings Petitions Etc 1-12 unknown

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Chapter 2. Presentation Registration etc. and Examination of Plaints 13-16 unknown

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Chapter 3. Service of Processes and work in the Nazarat 17-30 unknown

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Chapter 4. Foreign Processes 31-36 unknown

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Chapter 5. Production of Public Documents and Records 37-40 unknown

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Chapter 6. Guardians AD Litem of Minor Defendants and Respondents 41-44 unknown

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Chapter 7. Fixing of Dates and Adjournments 45-50 unknown

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Chapter 8. Preparation for Trial Framing of Issues and Recording of Evidence 51-54 unknown

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Chapter 9. Judgment Decree and Costs 55-62 unknown

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Chapter 10. Execution of Decrees 63-82 unknown

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Chapter 11.Commissions 83-100 unknown

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Chapter 12. Suits by or against Government or Public officers 101-102 unknown

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Chapter 13. Incidental Proceedings 103-104 unknown

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Chapter 14. Appeals and Remand 105-110 unknown

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Appendix 111-154 unknown

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Chapter 15. The Landlord and Tenant Procedure Act 1869 (Bengal Act VIII of 1869)and the Bengal Tenancy Act 1885 (VIII of 1885) 155-196 unknown

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Chapter 16. The Classification of Records of Judicial Proceedings 197-200 unknown

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Chapter 17. The Arrangement and Preparation of Records During The Trial 201-210 unknown

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Chapter 18. Inspection of Records not sent to the District Record Room 211-212 unknown

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Chapter 19. The Transmission of Records to the District Record Room 213-214 unknown

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Chapter 20. District Record Room 215-230 unknown

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Chapter 21. Records of Courts of small Causes 231-234 unknown

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Chapter 22. Classification Preservation and Destruction of Correspondence in District Judge’s English Office 235-240 unknown

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Chapter 23. Information 241-244 unknown

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Chapter 24. Copies 245-262 unknown

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Chapter 25. Copying Department and Copyists and Typists 263-266 unknown

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Chapter 26. Rules Under The Court-Fees Act Relating to Fees Chargeable for Serving and Executing Processes Remissions Cancellation of stamps Etc. Etc 267-280 unknown

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Chapter 27. Miscellaneous Costs and Charges 281-290 unknown

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Chapter 28. Legal Practitioners Fees 291-294 unknown

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Chapter 29. General 295-302 unknown

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Chapter 30.Receipt and Payment of Money 303-316 unknown

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Chapter 31. Account-Keeping Remittance and Deposit Registers 317-324 unknown

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Chapter 32. Control over Courts Returns and Lapsed Deposits 325-334 unknown

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Chapter 33. Supplementary and Miscellaneous Rules 335-338 unknown

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Appendix 339-342 unknown

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Chapter 34. Registers 343-346 unknown

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Chapter 35. Periodical Returns and Statements 347-358 unknown

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Chapter 36. Annual and Confidential Reports 359-366 unknown

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Chapter 37. The Qualification Admission and Certificates of Pleaders and Mukhtars in Courts Subordinate to the High Court 367-378 unknown

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Chapter 38. Annual Renewal of Legal Practitioners Certificates and Returns of the Same 379-380 unknown

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Chapter 39. Rules Regarding The Functions Etc. of Mukhtars Framed Under Sec. 11 of Act XVIII Of 1879 381-384 unknown

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Chapter 40. Rules Regarding Vakalatnamas and Mukhtarnamas 385-388 unknown

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Chapter 41. Dress 389-390 unknown

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Chapter 42. Pleaders and Mukhtars Registered Clerks 391-396 unknown

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Chapter 43. Establishment 397-408 unknown

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Chapter 44. Libraries 409-412 unknown

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Chapter 44.Forms and Stationery 413-414 unknown

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Chapter 45.office Rules and Administrative Work 415-422 unknown

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Chapter 46. Miscellaneous Instructions 423-434 unknown

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Chapter 47. Annual Inspections 435-440 unknown

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Appendix 441-460 unknown

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Index 461-572 unknown

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law

Pages
611
SARF Document ID
sarf.140857

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