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Code of Civil Procedure

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1    The Code of Civil Procedure (Amendment) Act, 2002 came into force on:
(a)    1st April 2002
(b)    1st June 2002
(c)    1st July 2002
(d)    None of the above.
2    Following can be termed as decree:
(a)    A decision on a matter of administrative nature
(b)    An order dismissing a suit for default of appearance of parties
(c)    Dismissal of an appeal for want of prosecution
(d)    None of the above.
3    A decree is said to be nullity:
(a)    If it is passed by a court having no inherent jurisdiction
(b)    When a court erroneously passes a decree
(c)    When it is voidable decree
(d)    When there is an error while passing the decree.
4    A preliminary decree can be given:
(a)    Pre-emption suits
(b)    Suits for dissolution of partnership
(c)    Administration suits
(d)    All of the above.
5    The following is a judgment-debtor:
(a)    Surety
(b)    A person who is a party to the suit and decree has been passed against him
(c)    Both (a) and (b)
(d)    Only (a).
Ans.    1. (c)    2.  (d)         3. (a)         4. (c)       5.(c)

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