General Clauses Act, 1897, Section 27 - Presumption Of Service By Registered Post & Burden Of Proof - There is a presumption that the addressee has received the letter sent by registered post - However, the presumption is rebuttable on a consideration of evidence of impeccable character.
CPC S. 151- Scope of - Cannot override the express provisions of the law

Civil Procedure Code, 1908, Section 11
Court would be concerned with the conduct of a party for determination as to whether he can be permitted to take a different stand in a subsequent proceeding

Service matter - Adhoc appointments under a specific scheme
Minor daughter - Aged 11 years - Mother would the best person to take care of her daughter at this growing age

Whether the terms of the Apartment Buyer's Agreement were one-sided, and the Apartment Buyers would not be bound by the same

Civil Procedure Code , 1908 (V of 1908), Order 5 Rule 9, 17 - Substituted service through affixation - Validity
Evidence Act, 1872 (1 of 1872), Section 92 (proviso 6), 95 - Only in cases where the terms of the document leave the question in doubt, then resort could be had to the proviso Sixth of Section 92 - But when a document is a straightforward one and presents no difficulty in construing it, the proviso does not apply ...

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