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50 Year-Old Money Suit Fit For Law School Syllabus, Opines SC Judge

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Published on July 14, 2023, 17:40:59

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50 Year-Old Money Suit Fit For Law School Syllabus, Opines SC Judge

Reacting to a litigation initiated up to five rounds for over half a century to stall the execution of a civil decree, the Supreme Court remarked students could get equipped with various provisions of the Civil Procedure Code relating to execution through this case and is thus fit to be included in the syllabus of the law schools.

The litigant and his successor has managed to disingenuously invoke the provisions of the Civil Procedure Code at various stages to stall the execution proceedings in a decree passed in a money usuit filed way back in 1971 for recovery of a sum of Rs 3000.
The judgment in the case was delivered by Justices Hemanth Gupta and V Ramasubrmanian.

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