Widely acclaimed as a classic, Mulla’s The Key to Indian Practice is a lucid and succinct exposition of the important provisions of the Code of Civil Procedure. Unraveling the complexities of the Code, it presents a crisp, yet precise account of the conduct of civil suits in Indian courts. The present edition preserves the original scheme as conceived and adopted by Sir Dinshaw Fardunji Mulla, whilst incorporating latest developments in the subject.
This book is an essential reference for students, academicians, legal professionals, as well as general readers.
• An indispensable and inimitable reference aid, providing a summary of the provisions of the Code of Civil Procedure
• Breaks down the complexities of the Code to offer a lucid exposition of the important provisions
• Adopts a systematic and readable scheme with critical analysis that stokes students’ interest to deliberate and debate
• Covers how the course of an ordinary suit is followed, from the moment the plaintiff determines to sue till the time he obtains a decree
• Elaborates in detail the critical process of execution of a decree and the possible consequences of an appeal by an affected party
• Employs an explanatory method of treatment that enables readers not only to understand, but also to see how provisions are applied in practice
• Latest and important case law like Kattukandi Edathil Krishnan v Kattukandi Edathil Valsan, Shivakumar v Sharanabasappa, Ambalal Sarabhai Enterprises Ltd v KS Infraspace LLP, Shivnarayan v Maniklal, Rahul S Shah v Jinendra Kumar Gandhi, New India Assurance Co Ltd v Hilli Multipurpose Cold Storage (P) Ltd, Asian Resurfacing of Road Agency (P) Ltd v CBI, Kirodi v Ram Parkash, Narasamma v A Krishnappa, Kantaru Rajeevaru (Right to Religion, Re-9 J) (2), Indian Young Lawyers Assn v State of Kerala, Madhavendra L Bhatnagar v Bhavna Lall etc have been duly incorporated
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Author : Prof. Kusum