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The specific steps for filing a civil lawsuit are outlined in the Code of Civil Procedure, 1908. However, the Registry has the right to reject it if the proper procedure is not followed. Here, the term "registry" refers to the office that each court maintains and which disseminates data and court forms.

The location of the trial is referred to as the "place of suing." Determine which court has jurisdiction to hear the civil suit before filing any lawsuits. The jurisdiction of the courts is defined by Sections 15 to 20 of the Code of Civil Procedure (hence referred to as CPC).

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Each court has both financial and geographical jurisdiction. According to Section 15 of the CPC, the lawsuit must be brought in the court with the lowest competency level.

Civil actions can be brought in a variety of situations, such as when a woman wants to collect alimony from her husband during a divorce, when she has been defamed and wants to recover damages, when a cheque bounces, when copyrights have been violated, etc. These are some civil cases where you could bring a civil lawsuit to recover damages or regain your rights.

Because you must directly file the case in court rather than first filing a FIR against the defendant in civil litigation, the registration procedure for civil suits differs from the registration process for criminal cases.

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