Civil Procedure Code, 1908 (V of 1908) S. 115 - Estoppel
- Particular situation where the plaintiff sues on title and it is sought to be defeated by a person that the plaintiff had allowed for construction to be made, then the most crucial aspect
has to be that the person, who is sought to be barred by the principle of estoppel must be found guilty of having made a representation and the other party must have acted on such
representation and altered the situation to his disadvantage - It is only if there was some representation that was expressed or implied by a person against whom the principle is to be
invoked that a plaintiff can be defeated in his right by estoppel. (174)
Civil Procedure Code, 1908 (V of 1908) S. 115 - Revision
- Jurisdiction will be confined only to interference against illegal orders and not even to a wrong order in as much as Section 115 CPC has undergone a change and unless the interim order
which if it were to have been decided otherwise, would have gone to dispose of the case, it cannot be a subject of revision to this Court under Section 115 CPC.(174) P.L.R.