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THE DECREE/ JUDGMENT PASSED BY ANY APPELLATE CIVIL COURT IN THE FIRST APPEAL WHICH COURT IS SUBORDINATE TO HIGH COURT CAN BE CHALLENGED BY WAY OF A SECOND APPEAL BEFORE THE HIGH COURT IF THE CASE INVOLVES A SUBSTANTIAL QUESTION OF LAW (SECTION 100 OF THE CODE OF CIVIL PROCEDURE, 1908)

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“The decree/ judgment passed by any appellate Civil Court in the first appeal which court is sub-ordinate to High Court can be challenged by way of a second appeal before the High Court provided the case involves a substantial question of law. This is a precedent of Second Appeal under Section 100 of the Code of Civil Procedure, 1908.”

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