ABOUT THE ORGANIZERS
LawCuriae is a venture aiming to serve all the law students as well as the law aspirants by means of an online platform. The main idea is to assist every law student by providing them the basic facility of learning online. At times there are students who find it difficult to understand what they are being taught in their respective law schools. We wish to provide a platform where all the subjects are taught, through videos being uploaded on YouTube by some of the best faculty, in order to help law students understand the concepts in a better way and additionally, unlike Law Schools/Colleges, to provide not only theoretical knowledge but also a Practical Perspective to implement that theoretical knowledge. Through this venture we also strive to make sure that students will be given an opportunity to improve or develop their legal skills, such as Mooting, Debate, Paper Presentation, Article Publishing etc, without the institutional backing. In other words where there is no role of college.
ABOUT THE WEBINAR
The Law relating to the practices and procedure to be followed in the Civil Courts is regulated by the Code of Civil Procedure, 1908. Procedure means to deal with the issues in the court. The code came into force on the first day of January 1909. Code has been laid down for the purpose of regularizing the procedure of the civil courts. There are 158 sections and 58 orders. Initially there were five schedules, when this code was enacted. Later the Schedules II, III, IV and V were repealed and omitted by the amendments of the code. Currently the code contains one schedule. This code is not a mere copy of English Common Law but is also based on Justice, Equity and Good Conscience. In the following webinar we will cover an Overview of Plaint to Order followed by the Particulars, Procedure, Admission and Rejection of the same with relevant Judgements.
The webinar will be hosted on Google Meet.
Date: 16th August 2020
Time: 4:00 pm (IST)
THE SPEAKER OF THE DAY
Adv. Maneesh Nigam, Advocate, Lucknow High Court.
Link to the registration form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScbA9axUSyoGn5e88FmfZpJD2L4PtWQrKqdMVkdhbbL-8NiRg/viewform?usp=sf_link
Certificates will be awarded to the attendees. (Soft copies)