Code of Civil Procedure 1908 Important questions 2006 to 2019 ( Long Term QUESTIONS )

Updated: Aug 14, 2020



  1. What is meant by jurisdiction? What are the kinds of jurisdiction of a Civil Court?

  2. What is a plaint? Explain under what circumstances, plaint can be rejected and returned.

  3. What is an execution of decree? Discuss the various modes of execution of decree.

  4. What is meant by Temporary Injunction? Under which circumstances can it be granted? Discuss in detail.

  5. 7. Discuss Legal Disability as provided under Limitation Act, 1963.

  6. 8. "He who seeks equity should come with clean hands". Discuss the statement with reference to Limitation Act for condonation of delay.

  7. 9. What are the necessary elements of the plaint? When can it be rejected? Explain.

  8. 10. What do you understand by “attachment of property in execution of a decree”? Describe the properties of a judgement debtor, which are exempt from attachment.

  9. 11. Describe the various modes of service of summons issued by a Civil Court?

  10. 12. When can a Civil Court appoint receiver? Discuss in detail the powers and duties of receiver.

  11. 13. Briefly state the principles governing the place of suing. State the procedure for instituting a suit by an indigent person.

  12. 14. What is an ex-parte decree? State the remedies available to person against whom such decree is passed.

  13. State the procedure for the computation of Limitation Period.

  14. Explain “Limitation bars remedy but does not extinguish the right.”

  15. What is constructive Res judicata? Discuss the difference between Res judicata and Res-Subjudice.

  16. State contents of plaint. Explain when plaint is liable to be rejected.

  17. What is meant by Temporary Injunction? Under which circumstances can it be granted? Discuss.

  18. What is meant by Commission? When can it be appointed? State the powers of commissioner.

  19. What is meant by limitation? State the basic principles governing law of limitation.

  20. What do you understand by the term legal disability?

  21. Explain meaning, contents and effect of acknowledgment.

  22. Discuss provisions of CPC relating to set off and counter claim.

  23. Explain various modes of execution of a decree.

  24. What are contents of plaint? When can a plaint be registered?

  25. Explain doctrine of Resjudicata. Distinguish it with Res-subjudice.

  26. “Low of Limitation bars the remedy but does not extinguish the right.” Explain.

  27. What is meant by Injunction? State factors to be considered by court at the time of granting temporary injunction.

  28. Write a detailed note on second appeal.

  29. Write brief notes on:–– (a) Legal disability (b) Decree.

  30. Discuss various classes of Criminal Courts, and their power to impose punishments.

  31. State the provisions regarding Maintenance under Section 125 of Cr. P.C.

  32. Explain the circumstances when summons to produce document or other things can be issued.

  33. Write a detailed note on First Information Report and state its evidentiary value.

  34. What is Public Nuisance? Describe the procedure for removal of public nuisance.

  35. What is “Confession? State the procedure for recording of confession and statement by magistrate.

  36. When can a Court release an offender on admonition?

  37. State the objectives of Juvenile Justice Act and describe the functions of Juvenile Justice Board

  38. What is constructive Res judicata? Discuss the difference between Resjudicata and Res-subjudice.

  39. What do you understand by ‘Appeal’? Discuss the provisions relating to second appeal as provided in Section 100 of CPC 1908?

  40. Discuss the various modes of executing a ‘Decree’.

  41. What is temporary injunction? When can it be granted by the courts? Discuss.

  42. Explain in brief the consequences of non-appearance of plaintiff/s and defendant in a suit.

  43. What is a plaint? Explain under what circumstances plaint can be rejected and returned.

  44. “Law assists those who are vigilant and not those who sleep and slumber over their right. “Discuss this statement with reference to law on limitation.

  45. Explain meaning, contents and effect of acknowledgment.

  46. Explain ‘‘Inter pleader suit’’. Who can institute an interpleader suit? State the provisions relating to interpleader suit.

  47. What do you understand by attachment and sale of property of judgment-debtor in execution of decree?

  48. Discuss the provisions relating to sale of immovable property in execution of decree.

  49. What is a ‘‘Plaint’’? State the contents of a plaint.

  50. Discuss various kinds of injunctions and state the circumstances in which they may be granted.

  51. Discuss the law relating to appeals under Section 96 and 100 of Code of Civil procedure, 1908.

  52. State essential ingredients of a ‘‘decree’’ and distinguish it from ‘‘Judgment’’.

  53. Explain ‘‘legal disability’’. What is the effect of legal disability?

  54. Describe the term ‘‘interlocutory orders’’. State the law relating to issue of commission.

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