Section 93 in The Code of Civil Procedure
Title: Exercise of powers of Advocate General outside presidency towns
The powers conferred by sections 91 and 92 on the Advocate-General may, outside the presidency-towns, be, with the previous sanction of the State Government, exercised also by the Collector or by such officer as the State Government may appoint in this behalf.
Title: Supplemental proceedings
In order to prevent the ends of justice from being defeated the Court may, if it is so prescribed,—
(a) issue a warrant to arrest the defendant and bring him before the Court to show cause why he should not give security for his appearance, and if he fails to comply with any order for security commit him to the civil prison;
(b) direct the defendant to furnish security to produce any property belonging to him and to place the same at the disposal of the Court or order the attachment of any property;
(c) grant a temporary injunction and in case of disobedience commit the person guilty thereof to the civil prison and order that his property be attached and sold;
(d) appoint a receiver of any property and enforce the performance of his duties by attaching and selling his property;
(e) make such other interlocutory orders as may appear to the Court to be just and convenient.
Title: Compensation for obtaining arrest attachment or injunction on insufficient ground
(1) Where, in any suit in which an arrest or attachment has been effected or a temporary injunction granted under the last preceding section,--
(a) it appears to the Court that such arrest, attachment or injunction was applied for on insufficient grounds, or
(b) the suit of the plaintiff fails and it appears to the Court that there was no reasonable or probable grounds for instituting the same,
the defendant may apply to the Court, and the Court may, upon such application, award against the plaintiff by its order such amount 1 [not exceeding fifty thousand rupees], as it deems a reasonable compensation to the defendant for the 2 [expense or injury (including injury to reputation) caused to him]:
Provided that a Court shall not award, under this section, an amount exceeding the limits of its pecuniary jurisdiction.
(2) An order determining any such application shall bar any suit for compensation in respect of such arrest, attachment or injunction.
1. Subs. by Act 46 of 1999, s. 8, for “not exceeding one thousand rupees” (w.e.f. 1-7-2002).
2. Subs. by Act 104 of 1976, s. 32, for "expense or injury caused to him" (w.e.f. w.e.f. 1-2-1977).
Title: Appeal from original decree
(1) Save where otherwise expressly provided in the body of this Code or by any other law for the time being in force, an appeal shall lie from every decree passed by any Court exercising original jurisdiction to the Court authorized to hear appeals from the decisions of such Court.
(2) An appeal may lie from an original decree passed ex parte.
(3) No appeal shall lie from a decree passed by the Court with the consent of parties.
1[(4) No appeal shall lie, except on a question of law, from a decree in any suit of the nature cognizable by Courts of Small Causes, when the amount or value of the subject-matter of the original suit does not exceed 2 [ten thousand rupees.]]
1. Ins. by Act 104 of 1976, s. 33 (w.e.f. 1-2-1977).
2. Subs. by Act 46 of 1999, s. 9, for "three thousand rupees". (w.e.f. 1-7-2002).
Title: Appeal from final decree where no appeal from preliminary decree
Where any party aggrieved by a preliminary decree passed after the commencement of this Code does not appeal from such decree, he shall be precluded from disputing its correctness in any appeal which may be preferred from the final decree.