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Bare acts > Code of Civil Procedure, 1908 > Section 23


23. To what court application lies.- (1) Where the several courts having jurisdiction are subordinate to the same Appellate Court, an application under section 22 shall be made to the Appellate Court.

(2) Where such courts are subordinate to different Appellate Courts but to the same High Court, the application shall be made to said High Court.

(3) Where such courts are subordinate to different High Courts, the application shall be made the High Court within the local limits of whose jurisdiction the court in which the suit is brought situate.





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