LLB-5.

4 Drafting, Pleading and Conveyance [ Compulsory Clinical Course-I ]
Marks: 100 [50+50]

Note 1: This course will be taught through class room instructions and simulation exercises and case studies, preferably with assistance of practising lawyers/retired judges/judicial officer etc. Apart from teaching the relevant provisions of law, the course will include: 1.1 Minimum fifteen (15) practical exercises in Drafting and 1.2 Minimum fifteen (15) practical exercises in Conveyancing, on topics identified by the teacher concerned.
Note 2: Evaluation is divided between theory & internal examination, as follows:2.1 Theoretical Paper through Written Examination : ` 2.2 Internal Practical Exercises and evaluation incl. Viva Voce Examination (20+20+10) 50 marks

Internal practical evaluation or assessment of the student shall be done as follows: 2.2.1 Fifteen (15) practical exercises in Drafting 20 marks 2.2.2 Fifteen (15) practical exercises in Conveyancing 20 marks 2.2.3 Viva Voce Examination: 10 marks Detailed Syllabus 1 Drafting:- General principles of drafting and relevant substantive rules. 2. Pleadings: 2.1 Pleadings in General 2.1.1 Object of pleadings 2.1.2 Fundamental Rules of Pleadings 2.2. Civil : 2.2.1 Plaint 2.2.2. Written Statement 2.2.3. Interlocutory Application 2.2.4. Original Petition 2.2.5. Affidavit 2.2.6. Execution Petition 2.2.7. Memorandum of 2.2.7.1 Appeal 2.2.7.2. Revision 2.3. Petition under 2.3.1. Article 226 and 2.3.2. Article 32 of the Constitution of India. 2.4. Criminal : 2.4.1. Complaints 2.4.2. Criminal Miscellaneous petition , 2.4.3. Bail Application and 2.4.4. Memorandum of Appeal and Revision. 2.5 Forms of Pleadings: Practical exercise on the following topics: 2.5.1. Suit for recovery under Order XXXVII of the Code of Civil Procedure 1908 2.5.2. Suit for Permanent Injunction 2.5.3. Application for Temporary Injunction Under Order 39 Rules 1 and 2 of the Code of Civil Procedure, 1908 2.5.4. Application under Order 39, rule 2-A of the Code of Civil Procedure, 1908 2.5.5. Suit for Ejectment and Damages for Wrongful Use and Occupation. 2.5.6. Petition for Restitution of Conjugal Rights under S. 9 of the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 2.5.7. Petition for Judicial Separation under S. 10 of the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 2.5.8. Petition for Dissolution of Marriage by Decree of Divorce under S. 13 of the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 2.5.9. Petition for Dissolution of Marriage by Decree of Divorce under S. 13B(1) of the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 2.5.10. Petition for Grant of Probate in High Court 2.5.11. Petition for Grant of Letters of Administration 2.5.12. Contempt Petition under Ss. 11 and 12 of the Contempt of Courts Act,1971 before the High Court 2.5.13. Writ Petition under Article 226 of Constitution of India 2.5.14. Caveat under s. 148-A of the Code of Civil Procedure, 1908

Gift Deed 3.15 Notice of Ejectment to the tenant under s.5.4 Dhoom Singh v.26.5.5. Bindra. Datta and M. Viva-Voce examination Viva voce examination will test the understanding of legal practice in relation to Drafting. M. Secy.1. Promissory Note 3. AIR 1987 SC 94 4. Daulat Ram. Sethi. Case Laws: 4. 1908 4. of India.S. Das. Transfer Petition (Civil) U/S.2.16 Notice under Section 80 of the Code of Civil Procedure.2.2.13 Lease Deed 3.5. C.9 Partnership Deed 3.5.2.Act..25. Civil Court: Practice and Procedure 2.P.11 Hire-Purchase Agreement 3.1986 3.15.5. 125 of the Code of Criminal Procedure.1.R. Application U/S. Sale Deed 3.General and Special Power of Attorney 3.21. Forms and Precedents of Conveyancing 3.1.2. 3. Pleading and Conveyancing.4.14 Mortgage Deed 3.2. 1986 2.5.2.2. Vol 1-5.17.106 of the T. Mallick.C. AIR 1987 SC 1242 4.1 Object of Conveyancing 3.2. 25 of the Code of Civil Procedure. Agarwal and G. Prakash Ch. 1882 3.2.22.16.141 and 142 of the Constitution of India 2. Srivastava and G. Mogha’s The Law of Pleadings in India 2.5. Durga Chand AIR 1973 SC 2609 5.2. Lease Deed.3.2. Mogha. Application for Grant of Anticipatory Bail 2.2.2. Application for Bail 2. Written Statement to the Complaint under the Consumer Protection Act. Mogha’s The Indian Conveyancer Recommended Books 1. 3. 1973 2.N. 1908 2.5. Will. Curative Petition under Articles 129.2 Ram Sarup Gupta v.2 Forms of deeds and notices: practical exercise on the following topics: ( any fifteen) 3. Complaint under Section 12 of the Consumer Protection Act. Govt.5. Bishun Narain Inter College.3 Hari Chand v. De Souza’s.8.6.18. 137. 1908.2. N. Mogha.2. M. J.5. Law Publisher.2.2 Component parts of a deed 3. Ganguly’s. Orders VI to VIII Prescribed Book: 1. Conveyancing: 3. Relinquishment Deed 3.2. Mortgage Deeds 3. Special Leave Petition (Civil) under Article 136 of the Constitution of India 2.M.1 Conveyancing in General 3.C.1 Prakash Chndra v. Prescribed Legislation: The Code of Civil Procedure.5.10 Deed of Dissolution of Partnership 3.R.12 Deed of Family Settlement between Rival Claimants of an Estate 3.5. Complaint under Section 138 of the Negotiable Instruments Act. Counter Affidavit in Special Leave Petition (Civil) 2.136 of the Constitution of India 2.5. AIR 1986 SC 4. 1881 2. (1975) 1 SCC 597 4. Power of Attorney. Conveyancing. Special Leave Petition (Criminal) under Article 136 of the Constitution of India 2.20.23.24.C. Caveat for Special Leave Petition (Civil) under Art. Allahabad .19. Delhi Development Authority v.6.