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Calcutta High Court held that the court-fee payable is the fixed court-fee and it is laid down ... partition suit and emphasizes the principle uniformly adopted in the Patna High Court that the court-fee payable in partition
Orissa High Court
- Cites 6 - Cited by 0 -
AIR 1952 Ori 113
- Jagannadhadas - Full Document
court fee till 15-2-1973. As the court fee was not paid, the Trial Court dismissed the suit ... High Court and as the proper court fee has not keen paid, the appeals ought to be dismissed. The High
Supreme Court of India
- Cites 5 - Cited by 57 -
1980 AIR 691
- P Kailasam - Full Document
Court Fee payable in an appeal is the same as the Court Fee that would be payable in the Court ... suit for partition and accounts, the Court fee which is payable will be same as the Court fee that
Karnataka High Court
- Cites 13 - Cited by 0 -
ILR 2003 KAR 2304
- Raveendran - Full Document
When the plaintiff filed the present suit for partition he paid court-fees on the value of the subject-matter ... consistently was to treat the partition suits as falling under Section 7(v), Court-fees Act. This question was considered
Bombay High Court
- Cites 8 - Cited by 0 -
AIR 1950 Bom 4
- Gajendragadkar - Full Document
Bombay High Court stands alone" in its application of Section 7(v) of the Court-fees Act to such cases ... that a partition suit is a suit for possession. 4. As to whether a suit for partition of joint family
Bombay High Court
- Cites 10 - Cited by 0 -
(1947) 49 BOMLR 72
- Weston - Full Document
plaintiffs. The trial court held that the suit was chargeable with the fixed court-fee of Rs. 15/-. The defendants ... provides for payment of court-fee in a suit "for partition and separation of a share of joint family property
Calcutta High Court
- Cites 12 - Cited by 0 -
AIR 1963 Cal 46
- Bachawat - Full Document
when the defendants in a suit have paid separate Court Fee and sought partition and separate possession of their shares ... plaintiff and claim partition and separate possession by paying necessary Court Fee and continue the suit. Refusal to grant such
Karnataka High Court
- Cites 9 - Cited by 0 -
AIR 2002 Kant 76
- R Raveendran - Full Document
Suits Valuation Act, Punjab High Court made rules which are applicable to Delhi. Suits for partition of property-- Court ... valorem Court fee in a case of joint possession was explained by Supreme Court in the case of Sathappa
Delhi High Court
- Cites 19 - Cited by 1 - V K Jain - Full Document
suit was properly valued and since it is partition suit, court fee has also been paid in accordance with ... further stated that the suit, being Partition Suit, Ad-valorem court fee is not payable. Learned court below considered
Jharkhand High Court
- Cites 1 - Cited by 5 - Full Document
Award was made rule of the court by the High Court in a suit registered ... provides for payment of fixed court fees in suits for partition of joint family properties as affixed by the plaintiffs
Delhi High Court
- Cites 53 - Cited by 1 - H Kohli - Full Document
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