Interpleader Suit in Code of Civil Procedure 1908

An interpleader suit is one in which the real dispute is between the defendants only and the defendants interplead (i.e., plead against each other), instead of pleading against the plaintiff as in an ordinary suit.
An interpleader suit is one in which the real dispute is between the defendants only and the defendants interplead (i.e., plead against each other), instead of pleading against the plaintiff as in an ordinary suit.
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An interpleader suit is one in which the real dispute is between the defendants only and the defendants interplead (i.e., plead against each other), instead of pleading against the plaintiff as in an ordinary suit.


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