Category: Civil Procedure Code & Law of Limitation

Inherent Powers of the Court under the CPC

By Rishi Jain, Vasu Jain & Shaurya Singh Rathore, GNLU Editor’s Note:  Law has always been an essential element of society. It was there even when men were uncivilized and it is even today when we have entered into much-sophisticated world. The presence of law is made much known to us […]

Suits brought by or against Government or Public Officers

By Shrikanth Bhaskar, Vinay Narayan & Vinayak Ojha, GNLU Editor’s Note: Section 80 of the CPC provides for sending a notice to the government or a public officer if one wants to institute a suit against the government or against a public officer in respect of any act purporting to be […]

Making CPC effective & justice oriented

Prakhar Maheshwari, West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences Editor’s note: A uniform civil code was introduced in 1859, prior to which there existed several codes overlapping in the same areas. This code was revised, formulated and executed multiple times. However, a need is now felt in today’s time to […]

Foreign Judgments in the context of Indian Law and Enforcement of Arbitral Awards

By Shreesha Bhatt, Shivansh Agarwal & Ashutosh Gondli, GNLU Editor’s Note: This paper deals with the enforcement of foreign judgments in India and also discusses the enforcement of Arbitral Awards. INTRODUCTION A decree in India, either foreign or domestic, has to be enforced under provisions of the Civil Procedure Code, […]