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M. Ramakrishna Reddi and ors. Vs. Reddivari Narasimha Reddi - Court Judgment

LegalCrystal Citation
SubjectCivil
CourtChennai
Decided On
Reported inAIR1932Mad527
AppellantM. Ramakrishna Reddi and ors.
RespondentReddivari Narasimha Reddi
Excerpt:
- orderin matters where a respondent's legal representative wishes to bring himself on the record, he ought to apply by petition under order 22, rule 4, civil p. c. but he need not apply for setting aside the abatement, for it is the appellant's appeal that abates against him. when he is willing to come in after time, he is obliging the appellant and is not seeking a favour at the hands of the court. the petition is ordered; and the abatement of the appeal set aside.
Judgment:
ORDER

In matters where a respondent's legal representative wishes to bring himself on the record, he ought to apply by petition Under Order 22, Rule 4, Civil P. C. But he need not apply for setting aside the abatement, for it is the appellant's appeal that abates against him. When he is willing to come in after time, he is obliging the appellant and is not seeking a favour at the hands of the Court. The petition is ordered; and the abatement of the appeal set aside.


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