• Issue - Framing of having regard to the nature of property as vacant and a claim made by the plaintiff that he is the owner of the property by virtue of a sale deed and at the same time contending that the defendants have no right, title or interest over the plot, the court would require to consider the respective claims of the parties to determine who is the person who can show his possession by such assertion of right - Defendant was asking for framing of additional issues would truly bring out a final adjudication of rights between parties - The suit must be construed from what the pleadings contained. (183) P.L.R.
  • Issues - That the Court in appeal did not record findings issue-wise, in absence of any prejudice having been shown to be caused to the appellants for failure of the appellate court to do so, the same cannot be a ground to set aside the consistent findings recorded by the courts below. (183) P.L.R. 


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