Order VII Rule 11 CPC- Plaint Can’t Be Rejected Merely On The Ground That Plaintiff Is Not Entitled To Any Relief, Rules SC

The Supreme Court has observed that a plaint cannot be rejected under Order VII Rule 11 CPC merely on the ground that the plaintiff is entitled to any relief. In the instant case, the plaintiff filed a suit seeking a permanent injunction against the defendant. The defendant then moved an application under Order VII Rule

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