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Civil Procedure Code

Rough Draft

Topic: Decree and Order

Submitted by: Under the guidance of:

Jayant Jaiswal Dr. Vipul Vinod

170101066 Asst. Prof., Law

Section ‘A’ Dr. Ram Manohar Lohiya

B.A. LLB (Hons), Semester IV National Law University


Decree means formal expression of an adjudication which so far as regards the court
expressing it conclusively determines the rights of the parties with regard to all or any of the
matters in controversy in the suit and maybe either preliminary or final. A degree is
preliminary when further proceedings have to be taken before the suit can be completely
disposed of. It is final when such adjudication. It is final when such adjudication completely
disposes of the suit. It may be partly preliminary and partly final.

Statement of the problem:

To study in detail about the concept of Decree that is considered as one of the most essential
part of the civil proceedings, and to go through the different aspects of this important term.

Research Questions:
 What is Decree?
 What are the essential ingredients for a Decree?
 Which decisions are decrees?
 Which decisions are not decrees?
 What are the types of decree?
 Difference between decree, order and judgement.

Research Methodology:
The research methodology is doctrinal. A doctrinal research means a research that has been
carried out on a legal preposition or prepositions by the way of analysing the existing
statutory provisions and cases. This is also said to be pure theoretical research.

Tentative Chapterisation:
 Introduction
 Meaning of Decree
 Essential elements for Decree
 Decisions which are decrees
 Decisions which are not decrees
 Classes of Decrees
 Distinction between Decree, Order and Judgement

 Thakkar CK – Civil Procedure Code