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46. Execution of decree.-

(1) If the village court passing a decree is unable to effect satisfaction thereof, it shall grant the decree-holder a certificate to that effect stating the amount due to him on account of the decree and the amount due on account of fees under section 45.

(2) Any decree-holder wishing to execute a decree of a village court may apply to the court of the munsiff within the local limits of whose jurisdiction the village is situated and shall present with his application a certified copy of the decree of the village court; but no application for execution shall be entertained by the court of the munsiff,-

(a) unless the village court has certified that it is a unable to effect satisfaction of the decree, and

(b) unless the application is made after the expiry of three months from the date of the decree.

(3) In executing a decree of the village court the court of the munsiff shall have the same powers and shall follow the same procedure as if it were executing a decree passed by itself.

Manipur (Village Authorities in Hill Areas) Act, 1956 Back

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