Section 21 CPC - Code of Civil Procedure - Objections to jurisdiction.

 Section 21 CPC Description

1[(1)] No objection as to the place of suing shall be allowed by any appellate or Revisional Court unless such objection was taken in the Court of first instance at the earliest possible opportunity and in all cases where issues or settled at or before such settlement, and unless there has been a consequent failure of justice.


2[(2) No objection as to the competence of a Court with reference to the pecuniary limits of its jurisdiction shall be allowed by any Appellate or Revisional Court unless such objection was taken in the Court of first instance at the earliest possible opportunity, and in all cases where issues are settled, at or before such settlement, and unless there has been a consequent failure of justice.


(3) No objection as to the competence of the executing Court with reference to the local limits of its jurisdiction shall be allowed by any Appellate or Revisional Court unless such objection was taken in the executing Court at the earliest possible opportunity, and unless there has been a consequent failure of justice.]


COMMENTS


There is no intermediary stage for raising an objection to jurisdiction except filing of written statement and taking that plea unless the matter is covered by section 9A of the Code; B.S.I. Ltd. v. M.V. ?CRISTIAN-C�, AIR 1999 Bom 320.


1. Section 21 renumbered as sub-section (1) thereof by Act No. 104 of 1976, sec. 8 (w.e.f 1-2-1977).


2. Ins. by Act No. 104 of 1976, sec. 8 (w.e.f. 1-2-1977).

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