(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;
iv. In suits-
(a) for moveable property where the subject-matter has no market-value, as, for instance, in the case of documents relating to title,
(b) [Omitted by section 7(1) of the Court-fees (Amendment) Act, 1935 (Act No. VII of 1935).]
(c) to obtain a declaratory decree or order, where consequential relief is prayed.
(d) to obtain an injunction.
(e) for a right to some benefit (not herein otherwise provided for ) to arise out of land, and
(f) for accounts-
according to the amount at which the relief sought is valued in the plaint or memorandum of appeal subject to the provisions of section 8C.
[In all such suits the plaintiff shall state the amount at which he values the relief sought:
Provided that in such suits the valuation shall not be such as would attract a court-fee of less than [two hundred taka].]