RESTITUTION & CAVEAT

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RESTITUTION & CAVEAT

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1. Doctrine of restitution is contained in which of the following section of Code of Civil Procedure?

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2. What is the meaning of restitution under section 144 of CPC?

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3. Under section 144 of CPC, restitution can be

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4. Which provision of the Code of Civil Procedure deals with right to lodge a caveat?

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5. A caveat shall remain not remain in force after the expiry of ______ days.

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6. Lodging of caveat under section 148 of CPC

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7. Under section 151 of Civil Procedure Code, inherent powers can be exercised by the

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8. Under the Code of Civil Procedure, inherent powers of the court can be exercised 

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9. Under Section 152 of CPC mistakes can be corrected in

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10. Who among the following is not entitled to exemption from personal appearance in the court?

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  1. Doctrine of restitution is contained in which of the following section of Code of Civil Procedure?
    a) Section 134
    b) Section 144
    c) Section 154
    d) Section 164
  2. What is the meaning of restitution under section 144 of CPC?
    a) Restoration of suit
    b) Re-adjudication of the claim
    c) Restoring to a party on the modification, variation or reversal or decree
    d) All of the above
  3. Under section 144 of CPC, restitution can be
    a) Against sureties
    b) Against a party to the suit
    c) Both (a) and (b)
    d) Only (b)
  4. Which provision of the Code of Civil Procedure deals with right to lodge a caveat?
    a) Section 146
    b) Section 147
    c) Section 148
    d) Section 148A
  5. A caveat shall remain not remain in force after the expiry of __ days.
    a) Fifteen days
    b) Thirty days
    c) Sixty days
    d) Ninety days
  6. Lodging of caveat under section 148 of CPC
    a) Makes the caveator a party to the suit
    b) Entitles the caveator to receive notice of the application
    c) Both (a) and (b)
    d) Only (b)
  7. Under section 151 of Civil Procedure Code, inherent powers can be exercised by the
    a) Any Court
    b) District Court
    c) High Court
    d) Supreme Court
  8. Under the Code of Civil Procedure, inherent powers of the court can be exercised
    a) To help the plaintiff or defendant
    b) To grant interim relief
    c) For the ends of justice or to prevent abuse of the process of the court
    d) None of the above
  9. Under Section 152 of CPC mistakes can be corrected in
    a) Orders
    b) Decrees
    c) Judgements
    d) All of the above
  10. Who among the following is not entitled to exemption from personal appearance in the court?
    a) Collector
    b) The Ministers of States
    c) Former Indian Ruler
    d) Chairman of the State Legislative Councils

ANSWER 1. B 2. C 3. B 4. D 5. D 6. D 7. A 8. C 9. D 10. A

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