Code of Civil Procedure (CPC)
Res Judicata is a phrase which has been evolved from latin maxim , which stand for „the thing
has been judged’ meaning there by that the issue before the court has already been decided by
another court, between the same parties. Therefore , the court will dismiss the case before it as
Pleadings are statements made by suit in support of their rights, either by plaintiff or defendant. So, it is a formal statement regarding cause of action, matters in issue and relief claimed by the party. These three are the essential elements of a pleading.
Introduction : Suit under CPC can be of two kinds Section 79 to 82 and Order 27 of the Civil Procedure Code, 1908 lay down…...
Introduction: Every proceeding as far as possible must be carried on in the presence of parties as a general principle of law. Order IX of…...