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I tice.— 9 Bom. L. R. 540, III, 283.

(682) Ss. 483 and 617— Attachment before
judgment of property outside jurisdiction, valid-
ity of-— Grounds of reference to Chief Court
under S. 617—3 L.B.R. 265, III, 284.

(683) Ss. 483 and 648 -Property outside the
jurisdiction of Court — Applicability of S. 483 —

U. B.R. (1907), Civil Procedure, 13, III, 284.
(683-rt) S. 486— See No. ^1, supra.
(683-6) S. 489— See No. 291, supra,

(684) S. 490— Confirmation of attachment
after decree — Starting point of limitation for
setting aside ex parte decree— See LIMITA-
TION ACT (XV OF 1877), No. 118, 8 Bom. L.
R. 567, II.

(684-a) S. 490— See Nos. 291, 446 and 489,
supra.



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(685) Ss. 491 and 588— Attachment before
judgment — Compensation forunneceBsary
attachment— Appeal.— A.W.N. (1905), 197 = 2
A.L.J. 602 = 28 A. 81, II, 285.

(686) 88. 491 and 622 -Order under S. 491 to
be embodied in the decree — Revisional juris-
diction.— 17 M.L.J. 810, III, 284.

(687) S. 492— Injunction to party and not to
Ck)urt — Contemplates property being in danger
of waste. -2 A.L.J. 601, I, 270.

(687 -fl) S. 492— See No. 107, supra.

(688) 8s. 492 and 493— See INJUNCTION,
No. 2, 84 C. 97, III.

(689) 8s. 492 and 493 -The powers of the
High Court to grant temporary injunction not
confined to the terms of Ss. 492 and 493 of the
Civ. Pro. Code— See INJUNCTION, No. 1, 34
C. 101, III.

(689.a) S. 498— See Nos. 107, 688 and 689,
supra.

(689-6) 8. 498— See No. 475, supra,

(690) 8. 499— See ACT V OF 1881 (PRO-
BATE AND ADMINISTRATION), No. 4, A.
W.N. (1905), 127, 1.

(691) 8. 503— New receiver, in place of old-
Civil proceedings commenced by old receiver
pending at date of new receiver's appointment
—Necessity for making new receiver party. — 28
M. 157, 1, 271.

(692) S. 503— Receiver, appointment of, ap-
plication for— Conditions necessary for the ap-
pointment of a receiver — ** Preservation, reali-
sation, better custody, or managment of the
property,*' meaning of— Decree-holder, appli-
cation by, for appointment of a receiver of the
property under attachment in execution of his
own decree— Sale of heavily encumbered pro-
perty.— 10 O.C. 268, ffl, 285.

(602-a) S. 503-T-See No. 450, supra.

(693) Ss. 503 and 505— Receiver, appoint-
ment of— Receiver, if may sue in his own name
— District Judge, sanction of, to the appoint-
jQent — Sanction, subsequently obtained, if
validates proceedings commenced. — 5 C.L.J.
270=34 0.805,111,286.

(693-a) S. 505— See Nos. 681 and 693, supra.

(694) 8. 506— Reference by pleader not ex-
pressly authorised— Knowledge of party of the
reference— Acquiescence, effect of. — 4 A. L. J.
842 = A. W.N. (1907), 189 = 29 A. 429, III, 286. |

(695) S. 506— Validity of the award when one ,
of the partieb not joining submission — 4 A.L.J, i



Civ. Pro. Code (Aet XIY of 1882).— (Con^2.).
347 = A. W.N. (1907), 147 = 29 A. 423, UI, 287.

(696) S. 506 — Reference to arbitration, not
concurred in by all the parties— Validity —
Award, ground for setting aside. — 11 C. W. N.
1152, III, 287.

(697) S. 506— Reference to arbitration— Order
of reference not on application of all parties. —
17 M.L.J. 394, III, 287.

(697-a) 8. 506— See Nos. 637. 648 and 676,
supra.

(698) Ss. 506 to 522, scope of.— 27 A. 53, I,
271.

(699) S8.506and610— Arbitration.— 4 A.L.J.
e91 = A.W.N (1907), 273, HI, 288.

(700) Ss. 506 and 522— Award on a reference
not agreed to by all the parties to the suit —
Validity of— Court's decree on such award —
Right of appeal from.— 9 C.W.N. 873, 1, 271.

(700-a) S. 507— See No. 698, supra.
(700-6) 8. 508— See No. 698, supra.

(701) Ss. 508, 514, 516 and 521—' Making '
of the award, what is— Award completed and
signed by the arbitrators before the time fixed
—Filing thereof after period fixed— Validity of
award— Meaning of * miide' in 8. 521 — .A.W.N.
(1905), 47, I, 272.

(702) Ss. 508, 514 and 621— Limitation Act,
Sch. II, Art. 158— Award made and filed after
expiry of time fixed— appeal.— 2 N.L.R. 81, II,
286.

(7aS) Ss. 508 and 521— Arbitration— Award
made within the period fixed not filed before
the expiry of period— Validity.— 89 P.R. 1907,
III, 288.

(703-a) 8. 509— See No. 698, supra.

(703-6) 8. 510— See Nos. 698 & 699, supra.

(703-c) 8. 511— See No. 698, supra.

(703-d) 8. 512— See No, 698, supra.

(703-e) 8. 513— See No. 698, supra.

(703-/) S. 514— See Nos. 701 and 702, supra,

(708-y) S. 515— See No. 698, supra.

(703-/i) 8. 516— See Nos. 698 and 701. supra.

(703-i) 8. 517— See No. 698, supra.

(703-;*) 8. 518— See No. 698, sttpra.

(704) Ss. 518 522, and 588 (26)— Modification
of award under 8. 518— Appeal— Power of appell-
ate Court to enter into question of misconduct
or corruption of arbitrator.— 13 P.R. 1906, II,
286.

(704-^) S. 619— See No. 698, supra.

(704-6) S. 520— See Nos. 698 & 741, supra.



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(706) 86. 520, 521, 522, 525, and 526-Arbitra. |
tioD out of Court — Objeotion to validity of |
submission—Appeal.— U.B.R. (1906), Civ. Pro. |

52, III, 288.

!

(706) Ss. 520, 521 and 525— Arbitration— ,
Application to file a private award— Rejection |
of such application— Memorandum of appeal— |
Proper Court fee— Court Fees Act, Art. 17, cl. |
(6) — Defective private award — Award effecting
partition of immovable property used for pur-
poses of S. 525 of C.P.C— Registration Act, S.
17 (6).— 84 P.R. 1907, III, 289.

(707) Ss. 520, 525 and 526— Application to file
private award and to pass decree thereon — De-
termination of matters not referred to arbi-
tration — Court has no power to amend or
remit award.— A.W.N. (1905), 86=27 A. 526, 1,
272.

(708) Ss. 520 and 622— Award by arbitriitors
— Decree according to award, final —Revision —
63 P.L.R. 1905 = 41 P.R. 1905, I, 278. j

(709) S. 521 — Arbitrator receiving evidence
from one party in the absence of the other — !
Judicial misconduct — Setting aside award — i
Appeal — Appellate Court's power to go behind ,
first (Court's order setting aside award — 66 P.R. I
1907, III. 290. !

(709-a) S. 521— See Nos. 701, 702, 703, 705 i
and 706, supra.

(7I0)S8. 521, 522— Refusal of first Court to !
pass decree in accordance with award — Appel- '
late Court's decree reversing first Court's
decree and passing decree in accordance with
award — Finality of appellate Court's decree.
—26 P.L.R. 1905, I, 273.

(711) Ss. 521 and 522— Decree in terms of
award, appealability of, on the ground of arbi-
trator's misconduct.— 29 B. 285, I, 274. !

(712) Ss. 621 and 522— Arbitration— Award- I
Decree on judgment in accordance with award ,
—Appeal.— A.W.N. (1907), 115=29 A. 426, III,
290.

(713) Ss. 523 and 522— Arbitration— Award |
— Decree on judgment in accordance with |
award— Appeal.— A.W.N. (1907), 117 = 4 A.L.J. ;



455^29 A. 475, 111,290.

(714) Ss. 521, 522, 526 and 526— Arbitrators,
joint one not attending all sittings — Misconduct
— Award, objection to, when waived — Appeal |
against decree on award, if lies. — 2 C.L.J. 61, |
1, 274. '



(715) Ss. 521 and 588— Award— Objection of
award — Award set aside— Appeal.— A. W.N.
(1906), 64 = 3 A.L.J. 168=28 A. 408, 11,287.

(716) S. 522— Arbitration, reference to,
through Court — Award — Decree in accordance
with award— Appeal, if lies.— ^ C.L.J. 142, I,
275.

(717) S. 522— Arbitration— Award— Appeal-
Application to Ck>urt to appoint a new arbitra-
tor.— A.W.N. (1906), 51 = 3 A.L.J. 186, II, 287.

(718) S. 522 — Decree made in accor dance
with an award — Appeal against the decree
depends on the validity or otherwise of the
award.— 33 C. 498, II, 287.

(719) S. 522— Appeal— Arbitration- -Decree
in accordance with award — Legality or validity
of award-33 C. 899, II, 288.

(720) S. 522— Award— Set aside by Court of
first instance — Jurisdiction of appellate Court,
to pass a decree in its terms. — 4 A.L.J. 256=
A.W.N.(1907), 110, III, 291.

(721) S. 522— Appeal— Time for setting aside
an award not expired — Decree passed — Whe-
ther final.— 4 A.L.J. 450 = A.W.N. (1907),
184 = 29 A. 684,111,291.

(72i.a) S. 522— See Nos. 226, 698, 704, 705,
710, 711, 712, 718 and 714, supra.

(722) Ss. 522, 623 and 525— Punjab Courts Act
(XVIII of 1884), S. 70— Arbitration— Award-
Application to file— TObjections to filing of award
—Appeal— Revision.— 38 P.L.R. 1906 II, 289.

(723) Ss. 522,525 and 626— Arbitration-award,
private — Order refusing to file, if decree and
appealable — Award, decree made in terms of, by
appellate 0>urt, if appealable — Appeal — Final,
when decree made upon private award by first
Court.— 2 C.L.J. 80, I, 275.

(724) Ss. 622 and 625— Award, order refu-
sing to file, appeal from — Application to file an
award— Appeal.— 9 O.C. 205 (B), II, 290.

(725) Ss. 522, 625, 526— Arbitration award,
private— Decree— Appeal.— 2 C.L.J. 153 = 10 C.
W.N. 601, II, 290.

(726) Ss. 522, 626 and 622— Award, private-
Application to file — Objection under S. 520 —
Matters left undetermined — Disallowance of
objection — Decree directing award to be filed
— Appeal — S. 622, when applies — Practice —
Mofussil Courts — Original side — Revision,
power of, of High Court — Exercise suo inotu, — ,
10 C.W.N. 609 (F.B.) = 3 C.L.J. 460=33 C. 766,
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(727) S. 523, scope of.— 27 A. 53, I, 276.

(728) S. 523— Agreement for reference to
arbitrators to be appointed by paitiiS to settle
future disputes.— 95 P.L.R. 1905, I, 277.

(728.a) S. 523 - See Nos. 15 and 722, supra.

(729) Ss. 528, 526— Reference to private arbi-
tration by parties pending a suit — Arbitration
—Application to file the award — Such applica-
tion is foreign to the suit— Practice.— 8 Bom.
L.R. 777, II, 292.

(730) Ss. 523 and 526 — Award under, declar-
ed void — Maintainability of suit to enforce such
award.- 19 P.R. 1907 = 46 P.L.R. 1907, III,
291.

(731) Ss. 523 and 526, di£Eerence between, as
regards appeal — Revision — See APPEAL, No.
4, 58 P.W.R. 1907 (P.B.), III.

(732) S. 525, scope of— 27 A. 53, I, 277.

(733) S. 525— Award— Submission without
the intervention of Court — Order refusing to
file— No appeal.— 2 A.L.J. 450= A. W. N.
(1905), 165, 1, 277.

(734) S. 5-25— Arbitration— Award— Filing of
award— Dispute as to the factum of arbitration
and award — Jurisdiction of the Court to deal
with the objection — Separate suit. — 7 Bom. L.
R. 644 (F. B.) = 29 B. 621, I, 277.

(735) S. 525— Award— Submission without
the intervention of Court — Order refusing to
file_Noappeal.— 2A.L.J. 450 = A.W.N. (1905),
165 = 28 A. 21, II, 292.

(736) S. 525 — Reference to arbitration dis-
puted— Juristliction of Court to determine whe-
ther the parties had or had not referred the
matter in question to arbitration — A. W. N.
(1906), 136 = 28 A. 621, II, 293.

(737) S. 525— Order for file of award under,
whether appeal lies from.— U. B. R. (1905),
Civil Procedure, 40, II, 293.

(738) S. 525— Arbitration — application to
file award— Denial of reference to arbitration
—16 M.L.J. 474, II, 293.

(739) S. 525 — Arbitration— Award-Appli-
cation to have the award filed — Record -of
rights extract to be annexed to the application
— Bombay Land Record of Rights Act (IV of
1903), 8. 10-9 Bom. L.R. 885, III, 292.

(740) S. 525— See LIMITATION ACT, No.
70, 4C.L.J. 162, n.

(740.a) S. 525— See Nos. 705, 706, 707, 714,
722, 723, 724 and 725, supra.



[ Civ. Pro. Code (Act XIY of 1882).— (Con^.).

(741) Ss. 525, 520 and 526— AppUcation to
file an award, order granting or refusing an, is
a decree — award on matters not referred, not
to be ordered to bo filed.— 29 M. 303, II, 294.

(742) Ss. 525 and 526— Arbitration— Award
—Filing of award— Assumption ot factum of
reference and award — Dispute as to validity of
award on account of matter alleged to have
existed prior to reference — Objection falling
outside the scope of Ss. 520 and 521 — Jurisdic-
tion of the Court to deal with such objection.
—7 Bom. L.R. 793, I, 278.

(743) Ss. 5-25and 526— Private award— Decree
made on— Appeal — Questions that can bo
brought before an appellate Court in proceed-
ings under Ss. 525 and 526.-11 C.W.N. 220,
III, 292.

(744) Ss. 525 and 622— Arbitration— Award
— Refusal by the Subordinate Judge to file the
award —Appeal —Revision —High Court. —8
Bom. L.R. 570, II, 294.

(745) 8. 526— Private award— Order refusing
to file such award — Appealability.— 100 P.R.
1907, III, 292.

(746) S. 526 — Order directing an award on a
private arbitration to be filed — order having

; the force of a decree — appeal against such order.
Court fee payable on— See COURT FEES ACT,
No. 2, 33 C. 11, II.
(746-a) S. 526— See Nos. 705. 707, 714, 723,

I 725, 726, 729, 730, 731, 741, 742and743, supra.

(747) S. 539— Suit between two private indi-
viduals claiming to be Mutuwallis—Wakf
Property— Necessity for Advocate-Generars
sancUon.— 9 C.W.N. 151 = 32 C. 2Y3, 1, 278.

(748) S. 539 — Scheme for management of
i temple— Trusteeship vested in head of Mutt
I after 1843 — Jurisdiction of District Court and
I High Court to vary scheme and appoint addi-
tional or imw trustees — Doctrine of Cypres. —

'. 15 M.L.J. 133 = 28 M. 319, I, 280.

I (749) S. 539— Public charitable and religious
; trust — Removal of trustee — Removal, grounds
' of — Manager of temple, position of — Jurisdic-
I tion, if trust disputed — Pleadings. — 2 C.L.J.
' 460, I. 283.

i (750) S. 539— Public charity— Interest—
I Trustee — Breach of trust — Purchaser— Limita-
j tion Act, Sch. II, Arts. 134 and lU—SJusbait,
. •powers of —Decree under S. 539, C.P.C., scope
I of.— 2 C.L.J. 448, 1, 284.

! (751) S. 539— Public charity— Jurisdiction—
j Stranger, eviction of— Interest in trust, what



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constitutes— Sir Samuel Romilly's Act (Statute
52 Geo. in, C. 181), scope of— Reg. II of 1819,
jurisdiction of Revenue authorities under —
Resumption proceedings, scope oi—Kanmigoe
— Inam.— 2C.L.J. 431, I, 286.

(752) S. 539— Scope of suit— Jurisdiction of
District Judge— Recovery of trust- property
improperly alienated — Court-fees. — 2 A.L.J.
591 = A.W.N. (1905). 208 = 28 A. 112, II, 295.

(753) S. 539— Public trusts— Sanction of the
Advocate-General — S. 539, if mandatory or
permissive -Its scope — Religious Endowments
Act (XX of 1863) S. 14— Demurrer.— 10 C.W.
N.581=33C. 789, U, 296.

(764) 8. 539— Advocate-General — Discovery
upon oath— Pratice.— 8 Bom. L. R. 566 = 30
B. 474. U, 297. •

(755) S. 539 — Scheme for management.— 8
Bom. L.R. 756, II, 297.

(756) S. 539— Suit relating to charity— Suit
instituted by one person with the consent of
the Advocate-General— Amendment of plaint —
Substitution of another plaintiff with the con-
sent of the Advocate-General.— 8 Bom. L.R.
761 = 86B.603, II, 297.

(757) S. 539— Applicability of,— Suit brought
by the whole body of persons authorised to
administer the trust.- A.W.N. (1906), 260=3 i
A.L.J. 773=29 A. 27, III, 293.

(758) S. 539— Suits relating to public cha- ,
rities — Suit must conform to sanction given.
—110 P.R. 1907. Ill, 293.

(759) S. 539— Breach of trust— Suit brought
with the consent of the Advocate-General —
Amendment of plaint by mentioning particu-
lars of the breach of trust — No* consent neces- •
sary.— 9 Bom. L.R. 901, III, 293.

(760) S. 539- Suit relating to charity— Suit
brought by the Advocate-General at the in- ,
stance of relators— Dismissal of suit — Right of
appeal — Relators cannot appeal in their own ,
right.— 9 Bom. L.R. 996, III, 294.

(761) S. 539— D/mnfkwaZrt — Suit for removal
of present mahant and appointment of another
— Sanction of the Advocate-General, whether
necessary.— 78 P.R. 1907, III, 294.

(761-a) S. 539— See Nos. 125, 126 and 293,
siipra,

(762) 3. 540— Suit of small cause nature
tried as regular suit by mistake by Judge
having small cause powers — Decree — Appeal —
See ACT IX OF 1887 (PROVINCIAL SMALL .



Civ. Pro. Code (iket XIY of 1882) — (Con/<i.).

CAUSE COURTS), No. 1, U.B.R. (1907), Pro-
vincial Small Cause Courts Act, 1, III.

(762-a) S. 540— See No. 16, supra.

(763) Ss, 542 and 584, Scope of— See LIMI-
TATION ACT. No. 6, 11 C.W.N. 959 = 6 C.L.J.
237 = 34 0. 941 (F.B.), III.

(764) S. 544 — Ground common to appealing
and non-appealing defendants — Dismissal of
suit in appeal as against all defendants, legality
of.— 15 M.L.J. 28 = 28 M. 122, I, 286.

(765) S. 544, applicability of — Appeal by one
of the defendants against the whole decree —
Ground common to all the defendants. — 17 M.
L.J. 119 (F. B.) = 2 M.L.T. 104, III. 295.

(766) Ss. 544 aud 561— Suit by vendee for pos-
session or purchase-money-Decree for purchase-
money— Appeal by defendant affected — Suit
for possession given by appellate Court though
plaintiff preferred no memorandum of objec-
tions — Powers of appellate Courts — Validity
of relief granted by lower appellate Court. — 15
M. L.J. 2.1.2 = 28 M. 229. I, 288.

(767) Ss. 544 and 561— Appeal— Practice-
Appeal by defendant, against plaintiff and
other defendant's — Objections by plaintiff-
respondent when eutcrtainable as against co-
respondents.- A.W.N. (1905), 200 = 2 A.L.J.
667 = 28 A. 95, II, 298.

(768) S. 545 — Execution of decree — Stay of
execution — Temporary stay — Surety— Dischar-
ge of surety.— S Bjm. L.R. 65 r, II, 2J3.

(769) S. 545 — Order refusing to stay execu-
tion— Appeal.— 146 P.R. 1907, III, 295.

(769-a) S. 545- -See Nos, 14, 19 and 414,
supra and No. 772, infra,

(770) Ss. 545, 540 and 588— Delivery of posses-
sion, stay of order for — Order staying proceed-
ings, effect of, pending appeal— Appellate Court,
power of. to stay order and proceedings — Rule
nisi, order for. effect of — Execution, order for
when actually carried — Court, jurisdiction of —
Express provisions of the Code — Procedure,
matters of — Court, inherent power of — Securi-
ty for restitution of property or for carrying out
of decree.— 3 C.L.J. 67 = 33 C. 927, 11,300.

(771) S. 546 — Surety for performance of
appellate decree, whether, could be proceeded
against by way of execution. — 125 P.R. 1906 =
94 P.L.R. 1907, III, 295.

(771-a) S. 546— See No. 770, supra.

(772) Ss. 546, cl. (3). 546 and 582— Stay of
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money-decree-:- Jurisdiction of Appellate CJourt
in which appeal pending to stay sale — Inher-
ent jurisdiction.— 11 C.W.N. 1030 (F.B.) = 6 C.
L.J. 298=34 C. 1087, III, 296.
(772-a) S. 649— See No. 414, supra,

(773) S. 561— Judgm^t.— 9 O.C. 32, II, 301.

(774) S. 651— Dismissal of appeal under,
after issue of notice to respondent. — A.W.N.
(1906), 186, II, 301.

(774-a) S. 551— See No. 267, siqn-a,

(775) Ss. 551 and 574— Appeal, summary dis-
missal of — Judgment, requirements of. — 5 C.
L.J. 348, III, 296.

(776) Ss. 561 and 6-23— Appeal, dismissal of—
Review— Juri8diction.—4 C.L.J. 566, II, 302.

(776-0) S. 552— Sec No. 227, supra.

(777) Ss. 556 and 558— Appeal— Adjournment,
application by pleader for, if appearance — De-
fault— Re -admission, application for.— 11 C.W.
N. 3-29 = 5 C.L.J. 247 = 2 M.L.T. 123=34 C. 403,
III, 297.

(778) Ss. 556 and 558— Dismissal of appeal
under S. 656— Appeal against such order — Ap-
plication under S. 558, maintainability of— See
APPEAL (CIVIL), No. 57, 8 O.C. 261, 1.

(779) S. 558— Appeal dismissed in default-
Sufficient cause for re-admission of an appeal.
—69 P.W.R. 1907. Ill, 297.

(780) S. 559 — Respondent getting a decree
against a co-respondent. — 4 A.L.J. 772, III, 297.

(781) S. 559 — Security for costs againgt an
appellant in foinna pauperis — Jurisdiction of
Court— Delay.— 17 M.L.J. 583, III, 297.

(782) S. 559— Power of appellate Court to
add persons not respondents when appeal was
presented as parties respondents to the appeal
—See LIMITATION ACT, No. 35, 33 C. 329, II.

(783) S. 660 — Application to set Aside ex parte
decree- Pleader's refusal to accept notice of
date fixed for hearing of appeal —Laches of the
pleader.— A.W.N. (1905), 44, I, 288.

l783-a) S. 560— See No. 226, supra,

(784) S. 561— Pauper respondent— Right to
present objections without paying stamp-duty
— Court-Fees Act (VII of 1870), S. 14.— 1 N.L.
R. 83, I, 289.

(785) S. 561— Appellate Court competent to
uphold lower Court's decree on new grounds. —
28 M. 427, I, 289.

(786) S. 561— Appeal — Cross-objections by
respondent— Appeal cannot be withdrawn after



Civ. Pro. Code (Act XIY of iJU2).—(Contd,).

conmieucement of hearing of appeal. — 24 P. L.
R. J906, II, 302.

('287) S. 661— Cross-objections maintainable
only with respect to the principal appeal —
Separate appeal with respect to separate orders
passed on separate appeals — Deorha, — 10 O.C.
214, III, 298.

(788) S. 661— Omission to file cross-objec-
tions in appeal — Incompetency to take such

{ objection in further appeal— See ACT X OF
I 1865 (SUCCESSION), No. 1,52 P. W. R. 1907.
III.

(789) S. 661— Acquisition of land by the Bom-
bay city improvement Trust — Appeal — Croes-
objections to the award by the respondent,
whether can be put in— See ACT IV OF 1898
(CITY OF BOMBAY IMPROVEMENT), No.
2, 7 Bom. L.R. 669, I.

(789-a) S. 661— See Nos. 766 and 767, supra.

(790) Ss. 561 and 666— Suit for possession-
Appeal from decree of Lower Appellate Court—
Remand to the Lower Appellate Court — Fresh

' enquiry — Lower Appellate Court awarding
more than the original decree when plaintiff
I not appealing— Validity.- 34 C. 996, III. 299.
I (791) Ss. 661 and 622— Decree against one of
I the defendants -^Appeal by him — Plaintiff not
I appealing nor filing objection under S. 561 —
I Appellant found not liable — Relief against
I other defendants, whether grantable. — 3 N.L.
R. 85, III. 300.

(792) Ss. 661 and 647— Suit on bond execut-
ed by first defendant to second defendant, who

, transferred it to plaintiff— Decree in lower
I Court against second defendant only — Revision
! petition to High Court under S. 25, Act IX of
I 1887 (Provl. S. C, Courts)— Memorandum of

objections, filing of — Procedure — High Court's

powers.— 17 M.LJ. 62, III, 300.

(793) S.562 — Arbitration — Appeal from decree
based on award— Further reference to arbitra-
tion—Bad award— Remand.— A.W.N. (1906),
164, 1, 289.

(794) S. 662— Order of remand, legality of
— First Court not conforming to provisions of S.
202 of Act II of 1901 (Tenancy)— Lower appel-

j late Court's order of remand directing First
Court to conform to those provisions. — 27 A.
167, I, 290.

(795) S. 562— Remand— Preliminary point.
—49 P.L.R. 1905, I, 290.

(796) S. 662— Remand— Preliminarj' point
— Suit decided with reference to some only of



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(797) S. 562 as amended by 8. 49 of Act VII
of 1888 — Remand — Preliminary point — Suit
decided with reference to some only of several
issues framed, after recording ail the evidence
—Difference between S. 662, Civ. Pro. Code
as it stood before and after its amendment by
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