Code of Civil Procedure, 1908
1.Particulars to be contained in plaint.
2.In money suits.
3.Where the subject-matter of the suit is immovable property.
4.When plaintiff sues as representative.
5.Defendant's interest and liability to be shown.
6.Grounds of exemption from limitation law.
7.Relief to be specifically stated.
8.Relief founded on separate grounds.
9.Procedure on admitting plaint. Concise statements.
10.Return of plaint. Procedure on returning plaint.
11.Rejection of plaint.
12.Procedure on rejecting plaint.
13.Where rejection of plaint does not preclude presentation of fresh plaint.
DOCUMENTS RELIED ON IN PLAINT
14.Production of document on which plaintiff sues. List of other documents.
15.Statement in case of documents not in plaintiff's possession or power.
16.Suits on lost negotiable instruments.
17.Production of shop-book. Original entry to be marked and returned.
18.Inadmissibility of document not produced when plaint filed.