Review is a judicial re-examination of the case by same Court and by the same Judge. Thus, Section 114 confers a right of review if the conditions precedent laid down therein are satisfied and lays down the procedure under Order XLVII for it.
Order XXI Rule 58 of the Code of Civil Procedure deals with claim petition in execution proceedings.
After termination of Lease if the Lessee continues to hold possession with the consent of lessor, the Lessee is called a tenant by holding over.
When an interest in the property is created, it is lease, but if only permission to make use of the property (whose legal possession continues with the owner) is given, it is a licence.
Conviction can be based on the evidence of an accomplice but it is prudent to look for corroboration.
Section 32 of the Indian Evidence Act deals with relevancy of the statements made by persons who cannot be called as witnesses. This section provides 4 classes of persons who cannot be called as witnesses…
Section 5 of the Indian Evidence Act states that evidence may be given of facts in issue and relevant facts. Relevant fact is a fact that can be used to prove a case before the Court. Sections 6 to 55 deal with relevancy of facts. Fact in issue is that relevant fact which determines right or liability.