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Bare acts > Code of Civil Procedure, 1908 > Order 46 Rule 6


6. Power to refer to High Court questions as to jurisdiction in small causes.- (1) Where at any time before judgment a Court in which a suit has been instituted doubts whether the suit is cognizable by a court of small causes or is not so cognizable, it may submit the record to the High Court with a statement of its reasons for the doubt as to the nature of the suit.

(2) On receiving the record and statement, the High Court may order the court either to proceed with the Suit or to return the plaint for presentation to such other court as it may in its order declare to be competent to take cognizance of the suit.


Kerala, Laccadive, Minicoy and Amindive Islands.- In sub-rule (I) for the words” of small causes” substitute the words “exercising small cause jurisdiction.” (9.6.1959).





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