1The Court-fees Act, 1870

( ACT NO. VII OF 1870 )

7. Computation of fees payable in certain suits

(i) for money;

(ii) for maintenance and annuities;

(iii) for moveable property having a market-value;

(iv) (a) for moveable property of no market- value;(b) [Omitted](c) for declaratory decree and consequential relief;(d) for an injunction;(e) for easements;(f) for accounts;

(v) for possession of land, buildings or gardens;

(vi) to enforce a right of pre-emption;

(viA) for partition and separate possession of a share of joint family property, etc.

(vii) for interest of assignee of land revenue;

(viii) to set aside an attachment;

(viiiA) to set aside decrees;

(ix) to redeem; to foreclose;

(x) for specific performance;

(xi) between landlord and tenant;

(xii) in suits not expressly provided for in this section.

8. Fee on memorandum of appeal against order relating to compensation

8A. Statement of particulars of subject-matter of suits and plaintiff's valuation thereof

8B. Procedure where insufficient Court-fee is filed on plaint or memorandum of appeal

8C. Inquiry as to valuation of suits

8D. Investigation to ascertain proper valuation

8F. Costs of inquiry as to valuation and refund of excess fee

8E. Power of persons making inquiry under sections 8C and 8D

9 and 10. [Repealed]

11. Procedure in suits for mesne profits or accounts when amount found due exceeds amount claimed

Refund where amount decreed is less than amount claimed

12. Decision of questions as to valuation

13. Refund of fee paid on memorandum of appeal

14. Refund of fee on application for review of judgment

15. Refund where Court reverses or modifies its former decision on ground of mistake

16. [Repealed]

17. Multifarious suits

18. Written examinations of complainants

19. Exemption of certain documents

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