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gislature—Re-enactment of provision of repealed
statute— Presumption in favour of previous ju-
dicial interpretation being maintained — Stare
decisis, doctrine of— 11 C.W^. 1005 (P.C.)=*4
A.L.J. 625=»6 C.L.J. 265 = 2 M.L.T. 333 = 9
Bom. L.R. 1104-17 M.L.J. 444 = 30 M. 126,
III, 598.

(281) Art. 134— Mortgage by owner— Second
mortgage by owner and first mortgagee— Suit
by second mortgagee against first mortgagee and
mortgagor— Exemption of mortgagor — Sale by
mortgagor of equity of redemption— Suit by
purchaser for redemption.— A. W.N. (1905), 56 ~
2 A.L.J. 284,1,644.

(282) Art. 184— The ^purchase' does not in-
clude a 'mortgage'. -See MORTGAGE (RE-
DEMPTION),No.l4, 8 0.0. 233 (B.), I.

(283) Art. 134, conveyed or bequeathed in
trust, trustee, purchaser for valuable considera-
tion, meaning of — Debut ter property, permanent
lease of, for consideration by Shebatt, suit to
recover possession— £^6ai^, successor — Limita.
tion — Previou.s law, reference to.— 2. O.L.J. 646,
1.646.

(284) Art. 134.

The fact that the lessee had notice that the
property she was acquiring was dehulter proper,
ty does not preclude the lessee from being re.
garded as purchaser within the meaning of Art.
184, and an ' assign for valuable consideration'
within the meaning of S. 10 of the Limitation
Act.— 3 C.L.J. 306 = 10 O.W.N. 738-33 0. 511,
11, 618.

(^85) Art. 184, Sch. U—Bonafide purchaser
from mortgagee, redemption from — Ostensible
owner — Suit to redeem brought more than 12
years after sale.— 9 0.0. 373, 11, 61Q.

(286) Art. 134— Purchaser of mortgagee's
fights.-Soe MORTGAGE (REDEMPTION),
No. 18, 16 M.L.J. 858, if.



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i (287) Art. 184— Gift of mortgaged property
I by widow of usofructuar}* mortgagee — Mort-
I gag9 by donee purporting to mortgage full pro-
prietary interest in property — Foreclosure —
Limitation— See TRANSFER OF PROPERTY
j ACT, No. 36, A.W.N. (1907). 138, ID.

i (288) Arts. 184 and 144— Trustee— Breach of
trust— Purchaser.— See CIV. PRO. CODE, No.
\ 278, 2 C.L.J. 448, I.

j (289) Arts. 134 and 148— Redemption of mort-

I gage by conditional sale — Time from which

limitation is to be reckoned— Sale of part of

mortgaged property — Bona fide purchaser —

Redemption of part of mortgaged property on

, pa\ment of proportionate amount when claim

I as to part is barred.— See MORTGAGE (RE-

! DEMPTION), No. 15. 4 A.L.J. 375, IIL

(290) Art. 135— Possession of mortgaged pro-
perty, suit by mortgage, for — Regulation VII of
; 1806, S. 8,-9 O.C. 147 (B), II, 619.

(290-rt) Art. 135— See No. 200, supra,
I (291) Arts. 185 and 144— See MORTGAGE
j (CONDITIONAL SALE), No. 3, 65 P.R. 1906,

I II.

I

j (292) Art. 186, Sch. II -Suit by purchaser
of equity of redemption for possession of

I mortgaged ' property— Value for purposes of

i appeal— Punjab Courts Act, 8. 70 (1) (5>—

I Conversion of sale into mortgage.— 180 P.R.

! 1906 = 100 P.L.R. 1907, III, 599.
I

(292-a) Art. 186-See No. 122, supra,

(293) ArtK. 186 and 144— Meaning of the
words * out of possession,' in Art. 136— Suits
1 governed by Art. 144, burden of proof on de-
; fendant in.— 2 N.L.R. 32 II, G20.

, (294) Limitation— Suit by reversioner on
I death of widow against her tenant — Adverse
Possession— Starting point of limitation — Limi-
tation Act, 1877, Schedule II, Articles 139,
141 and 144.— 90 P.R. 1906, II, 628.

(294-a)Art. 137— See No. 122, supra,
i
i (295) Art. 138 -Application under S. 818 of

the Code made by auction -purchaser rejected
as made beyond time, no bar to suit for posses-
sion of property purchased. -See EXECUTION
OF DECREE, No. 8. A.W.N. (1907), 131. III.

(296) Arts. 139, 141 and 144.— See 90 P.R.
1906=91 P.L.R. 1907, 111, 600.

I (297) Sch. II. Arts. 189 ft 143— Lease— For-
I feiture — Suit for ejectment — Limitation. — 11

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(298) Art. 141— Alienation by widow— Adop-
tion by her after alienation Inaction of ad-
opted son for more than twelve years — Suit by
reversioners after death of adopted son and his
widow — Accrual of cause of action. — 32 C. 165,
1,647.

(299) Art. 141— Alienation by Hindu widow
of husband's property inherited by him from
his mother — Suit by the next reversioner to
set aside the alienation.— A. W.K. (1905), 68, 1,
647.

(300) Art. 141— Hindu Law— Gift by widows
of a portion of the property inherited by them
from their husband — Subsequent adoption —
Suit by the adopted son.— 4 A.L.J. 854 = A.W.
N. (1907), 148, III. 600.

(301) Art. 141, applicability of.

Art. 141 of the second Schedule of the Limi-
tation Act applies to a suit brought by a
reversioner to recover possession of the proper-
ties alienated by a Hindu widow. — 6 C.L.J. 490 1
in, 601.

(303) Art. 141— Suit for possesion by a rever-
sioner entitled to possession after widow's
death — Alienation by last male-holder — Limi-
tation—Punjab Limitation Act (I of 1900),
Art. 2.— 145P.R. 1907. HI, 601.

(302-a) Art— 141— See Nos. 199, 201, 202, 203,
204, 205, 248, 249, 250, 269 and 296, supra.

(303) Art, 142— Possession, evidence of— Ad-
verse possession, what constitutes — Presumptio'^
as to possession — Talukdar, presumed to be in
possession of waste land, jungle land, etc.,
situate in his taluka without proof of actual user
—Physical possession.— 8 O.C. 177, 1, 648.

(304) Art. 142— Sale by one co-heir of un-
divided ancestral property— Suit by another co-
heir to set aside sale— Test to find out whether
suit is governed by this Article or Art. 10. — See
BUDDHIST LAW, No. 1, 3 L.B.R. 7, 1.

(305) Art. 142, Sch. 11,— CJause of action,
origin of— Limitation Act (XIV of 1859), 8.1,
ol. 12— Specific Relief Act (I of 1877), S. 9, pos-
session under, effect of — Wrongful dispossession
by rightful owner, effect of.— 2 C.L.J. 1, I, 049.

(306) Art. 142, Sch. II,— "Possession.'* *'dis-
posMesion,'' meaning of— Dispossession in eve-
cation of decree under S. 9, Specific Relief Act
(I of 1877>— Wrongful possession- Civ. Pro.
Coda, S. 544— Appeal— Common ground-
Death of one of several appellants — Legal re-
presentatives not brought on record — Partial
reversal of dmee.— 9 O.W.N. 1061, 1, 649.



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' (307) Art. 142— Suit for possession— Dispos-
I sessbiou caused by a reversal of a decree* whe-
; ther, would give a fresh cause of action so as to
I give a fresh starting point for limitation. — See
RES JUDICATA, No. 29, 28 M. 338, IT

I (308) Art. 142— Limitation— Adverse potses-

1 sion — Govemmentrrevenue — Defaulter — Share

of defaulter let on farming lease — Share not

claimed on expiry of lease — A.W.N. (1905).

282=13 A.L.J. 16==28 A. 281, II, 621.

(309) Art. 142 — Possession, suit for — Limita-
tion-Onus -Presumption from title. — lOC.W.
N.680(P.C.) = 3 A.L.J. 363=8 Bom. L.R. 400=
1 M.L.T. 135 = 16 M.L.J. 272. If. 622.

(310) Art. 142, Sch. II— Suit by vendee for
possession of immovable property — Vendor out
of possession — Burden of proof — A.W.N. (1906).
95 = 3 A.L.J. 334=28 A. 479. II. 622.

(311) Art. 142— See SPECIFIC RELIEF
ACT (I OF 1877), No. 1, 33 C. 821, II.

(311-tt) Art. 142-See Nos. 50. 135. 151, 206.
232 and 273. supra.

(312) Arts. 142 and 144— Ejectment— En-
croachment by tenant — Adverse possession of a
limited interest— Limitation — Lease.additional
area within — Additional rent, liability to pay
— Standard measurement, onus of proof —Ben-
gal Tenancy Act (VIII of 1885), S. 51—2 C.L.
J. 125. I, 651.

(313) Arts. 142 and 144— Absence of intention
of abandonment — Failure to cultivate uncultur-
able land— Suit for possession. — 53 P.R. 1907 *-
39 P.L.R. 1907. Ill, 601.

(814) Arts. 142, 144. Sch. II— Alluvion apd
diluvion — Adverse possession — Absen tees — Pos-
fessionof submerged land.— 158 P.L.R. 1906,

II. Sup. X.

(315) Arts. 142, 144 and 148— Mortgage with
possession — Trespass on mortgagor's interest —
Redemption by trespasser, effect of — Rights of
mortgagor— Trespasser's adverse possession-
Onus of proof.— U.B.R. (1906). Limitation. 9.

III, 602.

(315-a) Art. 143— See Nos. 6iand^l, supra.

(316) Art. 144— Adverse possession against
mortgagee not necessarily adverse against mort-
gagor.— See ADVERSE POSSESSION. No. 1,
A.W.N. (1905), 4, I.

(817) Art. 144 — Purchase by stranger of
mortgaged property in Court-sale — Suit for
redemption of mortgage brought more than 12
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LimiUtioii Act (XY of 1877).— (Contimieci).

MORTGAGE (REDEMPTION), No. 14, 8 O.
G. 283 (B.). I-

(318) Art 144.—

A permanent niokurrari lease is an alionatiou
of the proprietary interest protanto^ and if the
property is d#bntter, the alienation by the lessor
is beyond his legal competance and the posses-
sion of the lessee becomes adverse to the les-
sor as from the date of the lease, and a suit to
recover possession of such property as debut-
ter property is pritnafaice governed by Art. 144
of the Act. —3 C.L.J. 306^10 C.W.N. 738 =
33 C. 611, II, 622.

(319) Art. 144— Possession of land adversely
to next reversioner of a deceased proprietor— De-
ath of the next reversioner— Suit by the more
remote reversioners against defendant, accrual
of cause of action for— Starting point of limita-
tion under Art. 144.-106 P.R. 1906, II, 623.

(320) Art. 144— Suit for possession of proper-
ty— Defendant not succeeding in proving ad-
verse possession for more than twelve years-
suit not barred.— See PLEADINGS, No. 2,10
O.C 17, lU.

(321) Art. 144 — Agreement between divided
brothers as regards estate of a deceased divided
brother — Widow of deceased not a party to the
agreement— Limitation for enforcement of con.
tract after widow's death.— See HINDU LAW
(REVERSIONERS), No. 3, 17 M.L.J. 605, III.

(321-0) Art. 144— Sec Nos 3, 4, 50, 118, 163,
203, 206 207, 208, 214, 232, 266, 270, 288, 289^
291, 293, 296, 312, 313, 314 and Sib, supra.

(322) Arts. 144 and 148 -Suit for redemption
against a redeeming co-mortgagor. — See TRAN-
SFER OF PROPERTY ACT, No. 96, 9 O.C.
91. II.

(323) Art. 147, Sch. II— Hypothecation bond,
limitation for suit on a.- -16 M.L.J. 53,11, 623.

(323-a) Art. 147— See Nos. 13, 265 and 280,
supra.

(324) Art. 148— See TRANSFER OF PRO-
PERTY ACT, No. 96, 9 O.C. 91, II.

(324-a) Art. 148— See Nos. 316 and 322,
supra.

(325) Art. 149, applicability of, to suits by
assignees from Government.— See BEN A MI
TRANSACTIONS, No. 2, 17 M.L.J. 174, III.

(326) Art. 149— Suit by assignees of Gt)vern-
ment.— 28 M. 506 = 15 M.L.J 416, 1, 653.

(828w») Art. 152— See No. 82, mpra.
(82B-6) Art. 156 - 8te No. 71, supra.



Limitatloii Act (XY of iVn).-iC<mtintted).

(327) Art. 158, inapplicability of, to cases of
invalid awards.- See CIV. PRO. CODE, No.
253, 2 N.L.R. 81, II.

^328) Art. 1.63' -Rules 154, 155 of the Madras
High Court (Original Side)- Application to set
aside dismissal for default.— 17 M.L.J. 215, III,
603.

(329) Art, 164— Attachment before judgment
—Civ. Pro. Code (Act XIV of 1882), S. 490-
Confirmation of attachment after decree— Start-
ing poiut of limitation.— 8 Bom. L.R. 567, II,
624.

(330) Art. 164- See SMALL CAUSE COURTS
(PROVINCIAL ACT. IX OF 1887). No. 1, 32
C.339=1C.L.J. 43.1.

(331) Art. 164— Application to set aside ex
parte decree— Notice under Civil Procedure
Code, S. 248 — Process to enforce judgment. —
See CIVIL PROCEDURE CODE. No. 84, 1 10
P.L.R. 1905, I. .

(332) Art. 164, Sch. II— Attachment of pro-
perty other than judgment-debtor's, whether a
process within the article. —U.B.R. (1906),
Limitation, 7, 11, 624.

(333) Art. 164— Civ. Pro. Code, 8. 108— Ex
parte decree against more defendants than one
-Execution against some of the defendants-
Application by other defendants— Setting aside
decree- Limitation.— 9 Bom. L.R. 323 = 31 B.
303, III, 603.

(334) Arts. 164 and 169— Scope of— Applica-
tions to set aside original ex parte decree and to
re-hear an appeal heard ex parte in the absence
of respondent.— See CIV. PRO. CODE, No.
75, 17 M.L.J 436, III.

(334.a) Art. 169— See No. 334, eupra.

(335) Art. 172— See CIVIL PRO. CODE, No .
206, 2 C.L.J. 506, I.

(335.a) Art. 173— See Nos. 31 and 33, supra.

(336) Art. 175— No step taken for revival of
suit for six months aftdr death of solo plaintiff
— Sufficient cause for the suit not being reviv-
ed — Applications for abatement and revival —
Abatementaud revival both ordered.— See CIV.
PRO. CODE, No. 222, 9 C.W.N. 369, I.

(387) Art. 175— Execution of decree- Exe-
cution trauslerred to Collector— Partial execu-
tion—Application for instalments.— See ACT
XVII OF 1879 (DEKHAN AGRICULTU-
RISTS' RELIEF, BOMBAY). No. 4. 8 Bom.
L.R. 963=31 B. 120, III.

(338) Sch. n. Art. 175, cl. (c)-Seoond appeal
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Limitatton Act (XY of i^T!).— (Continued).

appellant for substitution of his hoirs— -Limi-
tation— Civil Procedure Code, Ss. 582 and 587—
Rent Suit— Appeal by tenant if abates on
failure to substitute one of several joint land-
lords in time.—i?^^ Judicata—Queation of
area on which rent assessable. — 11 C.W.N.
1100=6 C.L.J. 715 = 84 C. 1020, III, 604.

(339) Arts. 176 (c) and 178— When application
for substitution of xiiimos to be made in
appeals.— See CIV. PRO. CODE. No. 209, 4 A.
L.J. 897, in.

(340) Art. 176 (e), applic *bility of, to applica-
tions in second appeals— See CIVIL PRO.
CODE. No. 226, 28 M. 498- 15 M.L.J. 404, I.

(340-a) Art. 176 (e)— See No. 349, infra,

(341) Art. 175 A— Substitution, application
for — Application after preliminary decree foi-
sale in mortgage-suit —Mortgagee, death of— Ap-
plication by heirs—Transfer of Property Act
<IV of 1882), S. 88— Conditional decree, effect
of.— 11 C.W.N. 156, II, 625.

(342) Art. 178— Obstruction to execution-
Removal of obstruction by decision in favour of
Jerrec-holder — Fresh application by decree-hol-
der — Continuation of previous application for
execution.— 28 M. 50 (P.B.), I, 653.

(343) Art. 178, Sch. II— Appeal- -Appoint-
ment of Commissioner— Order refusing — Par-
tition-suit — Division by metes and bounds. —
'28 M. 127, 1; 654.

(344) Art. 178— See CIVIL PRO. CODE,
No. 236, 28 M. 498 = 15 M.L.J. 404 , 1.

(345) Arts. 178 — Decree forperpetual injunc-
tion, limitation for execution of. —See CIV.
PRO. CODE, No. 96. 29 M. 314, U.

(346) Art. 178— Execution sale set aside—
Decree-holder's application for fresh sale, limi-
tation for— Civ. Pro. Code, S. 315.— 17 M.L.J.
194 = 80M. 209. Ill, 604.

(347) Art. 178— Fraud in decree and in exe
cution proceedings — Suit to set aside proceed-
ings— Limitation.— See CIV PRO. CODE, No
74, 6 C.L.J. 328, III.

(348) Art. 178— Rule 859 of the High Court
Rules — No period of jimitation applies to pro-
ceedings under this rule — Practice — Recovery
of solicitor's costs.- 9 Bom. L.R. 508, III,
606.

(348-a) Art 178— See Nos. 45, 118, 281, 240
and 339. supra.

(349) Art*. 178 nnd 176(c)- Limitation for
htin^xtg legal representatives on record —



Limitation Act (XY of iVn).-'iCantinu€d).

secondappertl.— 16 M.L.J. 475=1 M.L.T, 348 =
29 M.529, II, 625.

(350) Arts. 178 and 179— Application for re-
fund of money realized in excess in execution
of a decree since amended.— A.W.N. (1905), 63
-2 A.L.J. 169, 1,655.

(351) Arts. 178 and 179— Decree for foreclo-
sure — Appeal against part of a decree— Appli-
cation for order absolute — Starting point of
limitation.— 2 A.L.J. 180 (F.B).-=A.W.N.
(1905), 70.

(352) Arts. 178, and 179, Sch. H— Application
of — Application for order absolute — Step in aid
of execution — Date of applying in accordance
with law.— 2 A.L.J. 371 = A.W.N. (1905), 186*
27 A. 625. I, 656.

(353) Arts. 178 and 179 -Old and unclaimed
deposits in High Court and intestates' Estates
Act (XXV of 1886;— Money in deposit in Court
-Application by judgment creditor for payment
of fund in Court — Limitation — Money, if rea-
lised in execution of decree — "Step in aid of
execution."— 10 C.W.N. 354 (F.B.), II, 626.

(354) Arts. 178 and 179, Sch. II— AppUcation
I to revive former application for execution. —

A.W.N. (1906), 152 = 3 A.L.J. 846 = 28 A. 651,
! 11,626.

(356) Arts. 178 and 179, Sch. 11, inapplicabi-

j lity of, to application for specification of share

: by metes and bounds in respect of a defective

I partition decree.— See CIV. PRO. CODE, No.

224, 47 P.R. 1906, II.

(366) Sch. II, Arts. 178 and 179 —Application
! for execution — Mortgage decree— Mortgagee in

possession — Accounts — Limitation. — 5 C.L.J.
289, III, 605.

(367) Arts. 178 and 179— Sale of immoveable
property under Revenue Recovery Act — Appli-

I cation by purchaser for delivery of possession. —
See ACT U OF 1864 (REVENUE RECO-
VERY, MADRAS), No. 3, 17 M.L.J. 441, III.

I (358) Arts. 178 and 179 (Exp. 1)— Application
i for execution — Substitution of heirs of deceased
; judgment-debtor.— See EXECUTION OF DE-
\ CREE, No. 76, 2 C.L.J. 644, I.

! (369) Art. 179, Sch. II — Execution of decree
' —Former application struck ofE for default of
I prosecution— Fresh application for revival.— 2
I A.L.J. 397 = 1 C.L.J. 38l5=9 C.W.N. 601 = 15

M.L,J. 268=27 A. 334 (P.O.), 1,667.
I (860) Art. 179— Decree partly under S. 88 and
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Liinitatioii Aot (XY of idai}.—{Co7itinued),

Act — Execution of decree — Mortgage property
not exhausted — Application for sale of personal
property — Application 'in accordance with Law'
—Transfer of Property Act, Ss. 88 and 90, A.W.
N. (1905), 183=2 A.L.J. 876 = 27 A. 619, 1,668.

(861) Art. 179 — Application for confirmation
of sale — Step in aid of execution.— 9 C.>V.N.
193, 1, 668.

(362) Art. 179— Decree for redemption — from
what date executable — Application for exten-
sion of time for payment of the mortgage-
amount — Application for execution — Appli-
cability of.— 28 M. 211, 1, 668.

(868) Art. 179— Sale held in execution of
decree set aside — Second application for
execution — Revival of the former application —
C.P.Code, 9. 236.-2 A.L.J. 276, I, 669.

(864) Art. 179— Application for execution of
mortgage decree, after partial satisfaction by a
previous execution-prooeeding — Trnnsfer of

Property Act (IV of 1882), S. 90 Order of

the Court passing a decree for the balance —
Decree.— 3 C.L.J. 291, II, 627.

(366) Art. 179— Execution of decree— Decree
granting an injunction — (3ivil Procedure Code,
8. 260.— A.W.N. (1906), 10=28 A. 800=3 AX.
J. 886, II, 627.

(366) Art. 179 — decree for sale — appeal by one
defendant — time against others saved. — 3 A.L.
J. 381 = A.W.N. (1906), 156, 11,627.

(367) Art. 179, Sch. II— Execution applica-
tion by mother as next friend of her son wrong-
ly described as minor, whether in accordance
with law so as to keep alive the right to execute
the decree.— 1 M.L.T. 113, II, 628.

(368) Art 179, Sch, II— Execution of decree-
Limitation — Execution suspended by action of
Court.-A.W.N. (1906), 27 = 8 A.L.J. 8=1 M.
L.T. 69, II, 628.

(369) Art. 179 — Limitation— Execution of
decree — Application not *' in accordance with
law"— Civ. Pro. Code, S. 336— Insolvency.- A.
W.N. (106), 54 = 3 A.L.J. 13 = 28 A. 387, II,
629.

(370) Art. 179— Application for withdrawal
of money standing to the credit of a decree
holder, whether *' a step in aid of execution."
— Application for a ministerial order distin-
guished.— 3 C.L.J. 96, II, 629.

(371) Art. 179 — Mortgage -decree leaving the
terms as to the sale of the land to be determin-
ed subiequently, limitation for application
to exeDiite - 29 M. 46, II, 630.



I Limitalion Ael (XV of im).^(C(mtitmed),

(372) Art. 179, Sch. II— Execution of decree
— Limitation — Application for a " seal war-
rant."— A.W.N. (1906), 269=3 A.L.J. 816,11,
680.

(378) Art. 179— See CIV. PRO. CODE, No.
224,47 P.R. 1906, U.

(874) Art. 179, Sch, II— Mortgage decree-
Execution of decree — Application for a decree
under S. 90— Transfer of Property Act (IV of
1882), S. 90-<Step in aid of execution- Appli-
cation in accordance with law, meaning of. — i
C.L.J. 141 = 33 C. 867,11, 63L

(376) Art. 179 — ^Injunction, effect of Con-
tinuation of execution proceeding. — 38 C. 689,
II, 631.

(376) Art. 179, Sch. H, Expln.— Decree
passed jointly — Application for execution
against one of the judgment-debtors — Surety
and judgment-debtor — Surety under S. 263 of
the Civ. Pro. Code — Surety and judgment-
debtor are not joint judgment-debtors. —8
Bom. L.R. 807, II, 632.

(377) Art. 179, Sch. II— Civ. Circularsi Rule
90— Decree— Execution — Application for ex-
ecution — ^Application not accompanied by copy
of the decree — Application made ' in accordance
with law' — Construction of rule.— 8 Bom. L.R.
892 = 318. 162, m, 606.

(378) Art. 179— Decree in redemption suit-
Payment of mortgage money whether condition
precedent to applications for executing decree.
- 30 M. 28, III, 606.

(379) Art. 179— in accordance with law-
Step in aid of execution— application for per-
sonal decree where it was not necessary — 4 A.L.
J. 40 = A.W.N. (1907), 29, III, 607.

(380) - Art. 179— Civil Procedure Code, S. 232
— Execution of decree — Limitation. — A.W.N.
(1907), 39, III, 607.

(381) Art. 179— Death of decree-holder after
application for execution — Right of minor re-
presentative to apply for execution — Latter's
application more than three years after laBt
application by deceased deeree>holder. — See
EXECUTION OF DECREE, No. 86, 1 N.L.R.
180,1.

(382) Art. 179- Application for execution an*
accompanied by copy decree is one in accord-
ance with law — Step in aid of execution, appli-
cation praying for issue of notice is a. — 28 M.
667, I, 661.

(388) Art. 179— Rateable distribution of saie-
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aid of execution— High Court Rule.— 10 C.W.
N. 28, 1,662.

(384) Art. 179— Defective application forexe-
cution — Prayer for issue of notice— Step-in-aid
of execution.— 116 P.R. 1907, UL 607.

(885) Soh. II, Art. 179— Whether application
by benaznidar is one made in accordance with
law.— See EXECUTION OF DECREE, No. 5.
lOO.C. 268, III.

(386) Art. 179— Application for execution by a
trauBfetee of decree whether *' in accordance
with law"— See CIV. PRO. CODE, No. 6, 2M.
L.T. 339, m.

(387) Art. 179— whether application by mort-
gagor who has obtained a decree for redemption,
for possession of property, governed by Art. 179
— See MORTGAGE (REDEMPTION), No. 23,
4 L.B.R. 83,111.

(387-0) Art. 179- See Nos. 46, 88, 98, 131«
360, 861, 362, .353, 354, 365. 366 and 867,
9Upra.

(387-6) Art. 179 (Expl. 1)— See No. a58,
supra.

(886) Art. 179 (2)— Appeal by some of the
defendants against portion of decree — Appeal
dismissed. — Limitation for executing remaining
portion of decree— S. 280 (a), Civ. Pro, Code.—
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Art. 179 (2)— Final order or decree of ;
the appellate Court — Application for revision
Further appeal— Starting point of limitation. |
-8 P.R. 1906, I, 659.

(390) Art. 179, cl. (4)— ' in accordance with
law,* meaning of.— 1 N.L.R. 61, 1, 669.

(391) Art. 179, cl. 4, Sch II— Act XV of 1877
— Execution of decree — Step in aid of execu-
tion — Application by decree-holder under S.
294, C.P.C., step in aid of execution of decree. —
8 0.C. 161,1,660.

(392) Art. 179 (4)— Execution of decree— Li-
mitation — Step in aid of execution— Decree-
holder filing receipt certifying payment of



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