Madras high court advocate k selvaraj Commentary on the Code of Cavill Procedure, 1998, to repay the debt of gratitude to this Temple of Justice.
THE TAMIL NADU STATE
HOUSING BOARD ACT, 1961
The Madras High Court, which is my Kama mi pace of dunyos moulded me into what I am today. I owe my gratitude to the edges my Seniors, and my fellow Lawyer. The Almighty has given me an oppomunit to write a Commentary on the Code of Cavill Procedure, 1998, to repay the debt of gratitude to this Temple of Justice.
Many Judges, Senior Lawyers and colleagues have taught me that, to write the pleadings, one must go to the root of every single case, by deling me the substantial and procedural laws and the precedents relating to them. For each and every civil matter, be it an Original Suit, an Interiocutory Application or any other form of petition or pleading. Theve looked into the Code of Civil Procedim 1908. It is an indispensable and essential law for every practitioner of Cinill Law. A good practice when dealing with a case, is to not only read the Section or Rule relating to it in the Bare Act, but to also refer to various menames in order to derive diverse perspectives and interpretations, which are the elementary tools that allow lawyers to prepare and present the case
With the Blessings of the Almighty, my Parents, Seniors, and well-wishers, I have written this Commentary on the Code of Civil Procedure 1908, and on the Commercial Courts Act, 2015. I sincerely seek any advice, recommendations, or corrections if any, from my esteemed readers.
This Book would not have been possible but for the sincere and honest help of my juniors, Mr. S.Jagan and Mr. R.Ragoth; my stenographers, Mr. V.Panchapakesan, and Mr. D.P.Suresh my typist, Mr. P.Radha; my clerks, Mr. M.Manimaran and Mr. J.Gopinath; my wife, Mrs. Sugindha Selvaraj, Advocate, and, my son, Mr. S.Indrajith, Advocate. I also wish to thank the publisher of this book, Mr. K. Venkatesan, the proprietor of Venkatesh Law House, Chennai.
K.Selvaraj, BAML Advocate