Reference Section 113 Order 46 of Code of Civil Procedure

Only a court can refer a case either on an application of a party or suo motu. "Court" means a Court of Civil Judicature. A tribunal or persona designate can not be said to be a "court" and no reference can be made by them.
Only a court can refer a case either on an application of a party or suo motu. "Court" means a Court of Civil Judicature. A tribunal or persona designate can not be said to be a "court" and no reference can be made by them.

Only a court can refer a case either on an application of a party or suo motu. "Court" means a Court of Civil Judicature. A tribunal or persona designate can not be said to be a "court" and no reference can be made by them.


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