The law of civil procedure is a vital bridge connecting two disparate wards. The substantive law that defines the rights and liabilities of Judiciary, on the one hand and the day-to-day of judicial officers and law officials who administer the law, on the other, that is the rules of procedures. The first and most important benefit of this work is its capacity to promote consistency and predictability in judicial decision-making. These attributes are the very hallmarks of the rule of law and they are no less important in the realm of procedural law than in the realm of substantive law. Judges should aim to apply principles of civil procedures with reasonable consistency and the task is made much easier if legal practitioners have a fuller understanding of the background of each rule and its application. This book has the merit of being specifically tailored to the unique features of the law and courts. It places this book in a class of its own. It is rare enough to find a legal publication like the present one having potentiality to focus on laws. This book has two purposes, first, to serve as a text of law and second, to provide a reference manual. Every page of this book is crammed full of useful laws and tips which may benefit not only the lawyers but the judges as well. All latest important case law have been included in this edition of book with full discussion which could make easy the complex questions of law including the theory of ‘substantial question of law’. Easy handling and convenient portability along with exhaustive studies on legal topics is considered an important aspect in this book. This book may be much beneficial for the legal activists including the judges and the lawyers.
Born on 06-01-1948, Mr. Y. P. Bhagat, author of this book got degree of B L in 1968 and started practice as a lawyer in the month of February 1969. Shortly thereafter, he joined his assignment as a Judicial officer on 07-06-1975. After retiring from service, he resumed legal practice and shifted to Delhi and started practice as an advocate and consultant there and in that course he joined as a Consultant Legal in NAFED which is a co-operative sector federation and a P S U of the Union Government. During practice and working as a judicial officer as also consultant legal, he found that the books on many legal texts were hardly sufficient to explain the complex questions of law. It inspired him to work on legal subjects and he got published many reputed books which gained desired appreciation both at the Bar and the Bench. In the foreword of his first book, namely 'Reformation in Judiciary' the Hon'ble Chairman of the Bar Council of India said, ""I am happy to note, the work of Mr. Bhagat may be taken as a Reformatory Jurisprudence"" . Thus, he placed Mr. Bhagat in the line of globally reputed jurists. Mr. Bhagat placed many well elaborately discussed books already published and further waiting for publication. In all his books, he explained the complex questions in a simple way and placed the controversial explanations before the legal luminaries including law courts for consideration and reconsideration by them and this way he has created a big platform for discourse.
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