Law of Partition – Sec. 48

Law of Partition, Sec. 48 – finality of Interlocutory Decree and Final Decree – exemptions, Sec. 48(4) – powers of the District Court – Once the Interlocutory Decree is entered, the District Court has no jurisdiction to set it aside otherwise than in the limited circumstances stipulated in section 48(4) and (5) of the Partition Law – powers of the Superior Courts – can the District Court add parties to the partition action after delivered the Judgment? Sec. 69 of the Partition Law – Umma v. Zubair is bad in law

 

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