Welcome to your CPC Code of Civil Procedure Test 5

Q1. The time schedule contained in order VIII, Rule 1 of CPC is to be
Q2. A prayer for extension of time beyond the period of 90 days prescribed under order VII, rule of CPC for filing the written statement is to be
Q3. A Prayer for extension of time beyond the period of 90 days for filing the written statement
Q4. For the purpose of section 39 of CPC the court is of competent jurisdiction, if at the time of making the application for transfer of decree to it, such court would have jurisdiction to try the suit
Q5. The rule of rateable distribution of the proceeds of execution sale amongst decree holders is contained in
Q6. Supreme court in case of Union of india v. somasundaram Mills (P) Ltd. held that under section 73 of CPC, the debts due to the State
Q7. A plaint can be rejected
Q8. The power under Order VII, Rule 11 of CPC can be exercised
Q9. for an application under Order VII, Rule 11
Q10. Under order VII, Rule 11 of CPC
Q11. In case the suit has been instituted in a court having no jurisdiction , territorial or pecuniary, the plaint is liable to see
Q12. On rejection of a suit under Order VII, Rule 11 of CPC, a fresh suit on the same cause of action under Order VII, Rule 13 of CPC
Q13. Several persons can be joined as plaintiff, in cases
Q14. Several persons can be joined as defendants in cases
Q15. Multifariousness in a suit results due to
Q16. Where a person who is a necessary party to the suit has not been joined as a party to the suit, it is a caseof
Q17. on account of mis-joinder or non-joinder of parties, under Order I, Rule 9 of CPC, the suit is
Q18. Objection as to the non-joinder or mis-joinder of parties under Order I, Rule 13 of CPC
Q19. A suit is bad for non-joinder of a necessary party, as provided
Q20. A suit in representative capacity can be filed by virtue of

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