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Lack of jurisdiction
A court may dismiss the case outright, if, it (the court) does not have requisite jurisdiction, either pecuniary or territorial.
Dismiss In Default (Order 4)

  • If neither party appears on the date of hearing then the court is entitled to dismiss the suit,


  • If the Defendant appears and the plaintiff does not appear, then the court is bound to dismiss the suit
  • However, if the plaintiff appears and the defendant does not
  • appear, then the court is authorized to either postpone the hearing or proceed with the suit " Exparte ", i.e. without defendant.

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