The new ‘procedure’ for payment of money out of court: A trick or a treat?
Going to court is serious business. People who file cases in court or defend cases that have been filed against them know that court processes are not matters one takes for fun. There are elaborate rules and procedures to follow for each step a litigant wants to take.
Achieving speedy interlocutory appeals in civil cases: Lawyers and litigants’ dream.
It is said that there is no inherent right of appeal in any litigant. Appeals are created by statute. Therefore, any party in a case who is not satisfied with any decision made or order given by a court must appeal by strictly following the rules applicable to the court where the appeal is to be heard.