Indian Bare Acts

THE DISPLACED PERSONS (DEBTS ADJUSTMENT) ACT, 1951

Title : THE DISPLACED PERSONS (DEBTS ADJUSTMENT) ACT, 1951

Year : 1951



Save as otherwise provided in section 41, an appeal shall lie from-

(a) Any final decree or order of the Tribunal, or

(b) Any order made in the course of execution of any decree or order of the Tribunal, which if passed in the course of execution of a decree or order of a civil court would be appealable under the Code of Civil Procedure, 1908 (Act V of 1908),to the High Court within the limits of whose jurisdiction the Tribunal is situate.



Notwithstanding anything contained in section 40, where the subject-matter of the appeal relates to the amount of a debt and such amount on appeal is less than rupees five thousand, no appeal shall lie.



For the purpose of any appeal under this Act, it shall be sufficient if only such persons as, in the opinion of the appellant, are necessary parties to the appeal for the purpose of determining the real questions in controversy between them, are impleaded as respondents to the appeal:

Provided
that where it appears to the High Court at the hearing that any person who was a party to the proceeding before the Tribunal from whose decree the appeal is preferred but who has not been made a party to the appeal is interested in the result of the appeal, the Court may adjourn the hearing to a future date to he fixed by the Court and direct that such person be made a respondent.

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