Circular Orders Of The Court Of Sudder Udalut From 1805-1855, Inclusive
This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1856 Excerpt: ...upon the confirmation of an Original Decree, the execution of that Decree will rest with the Court of Original Jurisdiction, all affirmatory Appeal Decrees will be excluded. Appeal Decrees of...
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reversal or modification must be included, but suits remanded, and suits in which the decree of the Court of Original Jurisdiction admitting the Plaintiff's claim has been altogether reversed, and without costs being awarded to the Original Defendants must be excluded (vide Column 18). Columns 10 and 11 will include all cases in which, by the applications for execution having been struck off the file without full enforcement or adjustment by the parties during the period under review, decrees have been transferred from the active to the dormant file. Column 12 will give the total of columns 10 and 11, and column 13 that of columns 8, 9 and 12. Columns 14, 15, 16 and 17 call for no remark. In column 18 will be entered all decrees which may by reversal be nullified, or the execution of which, in consequence of reversal or modification, may be transferred from the decree file of the Court of Original Jurisdiction to that of the Court passing the appeal, and all cases remanded, except in those instances in which, in consequence of the dismissal of the Plaintiff's claim, the Original Decree was not entered in column 9. To exemplify the object of this and column 9, let it be supposed that a District Moonsiff awards to Plaintiff A his claim in whole or in part. The District Moonsif? must enter this decree in column 9. If he dismiss the claim of Plaintiff B without awarding costs to the Defendant, he will make no entry whatever in the statement. Supposing the Original Decree in A's favor to be confirmed in appeal, no further entry will be made by the Appeal Court; but supposin...