Welcome to your CPC Code of Civil Procedure Test 4

Q1.The court may impose a fine for default upon a person required to give evidence or to produce documents directed under section 30(b) of CPC, and such fine as per section 32(c) not to exceed
Q2. Under Section 39(4) of CPC, the court passing the decree is
Q3. A private transfer or delivery of the property attached under section 64(2) shall not be void if
Q4. The court under section 89(1) of CPC can refer the dispute for
Q5. The court can award compensation against plaintiff under section 95 of CPC, not exceeding
Q6. Under section 100 A of the CPC, where any appeal from an original or appellate degree or order is heard and decided by a single judge of high court
Q7. Second appeal shall not lie from any decree, as provided under section 102 of CPC when the subject matter of the original suit is for recovery of money not Exceeding
Q8. A revision under section 115 shall not opearte as a stay of suit or other proceeding before the court except where such suit or other proceedings is stayed by
Q9. The court can large the time under section 148 of CPC for doing any act prescribed or allowed under the code of Civil Procedure, not exceeding in total
Q10. Under order IV, Rule 1, sub-rule (1) of CPC, a suit is instituted when
Q11. A defendant under Order V, Rule 1(1) od CPC is required to appear, answer the claim and to file the written statement
Q12. In case of failure of filing, the written statement within thirty days, the defendant can be allowed to file the same on such other day specified by the court for reasons recorded in writing
Q13. Summons to the defendant under Order V, Rule 9(1) of CPC, can be delivered for the purpose of serving the same on the defendant, to a courier services as
Q14. Under section 32 of CPC, to compel the attendance of a person to whom a summon has been issued under section 30 of CPC, the court is empowered to
Q15. Under order VI, Rule 17 at any stage of proceedings the court can allow to alter or amend pleadings to
Q16. The expenses for the service of summons to the defendant have to be borne, under Order V,Rule 9(3) of CPC, by
Q17. The court can reject the plaint under Order VII, Rule 11 (e) of CPC, if it is not filed in
Q18. If a document which ought to be produced in the court alongwith the pleadings, is not produced, under Order VII, Rule 14(3) of CPC, at the hearing of the suit
Q19. Order, VII, Rule 1 mandates that the defendant shall file the written statement of his defence within
Q20. The provisions of Order VII, 1 of CPC are

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