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12. Jurisdiction of District Judge or subordinate Judge in original suits.-

The jurisdiction of a District Judge or a Subordinate Judge extends, subject to the rules contained in the Code of Civil Procedure, to all original suits and proceedings of a civil nature.

Jurisdiction of District Munsif.-

The jurisdiction of a District Munsif extends to all like suits and proceedings, not otherwise exempted from his cognizance, of which the amount or value of the subject-matter does not exceed two thousand five hundred rupees.

1. Added by Act 21 of 1885, s. 2.

2. Added by s. 3, ibid.

Madras Civil Courts Act, 1873 Back

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