Court cases that involve disputes between people or businesses over money or some injury to personal rights are called “civil” cases. A civil suit begins when a legal person claims that he has been harmed by the actions of another person or business and asks the court for relief by filing a “complaint”.
As the name suggests, property dispute is a legal dispute related to property in India. About 66% of all cases in India are property-related disputes. There are various types of property disputes. These could often arise through claims from co-owners, family, legal heirs, misrepresentation by seller, bad title of property, disputes related to property acquired as a gift or through Will, disputes related to easements rights, etc.
The term execution of a decree refers to the process for enforcing or giving effect to the judgment, decree or order of the court. The execution is the mechanism though which the decree holder realises the fruits of the decree ordered by the court. It comes to a close when the decree holder gets the relief awarded to him by the court.
A breach of contract occurs when the promise of the contract is not kept, because one party has failed to fulfill their agreed upon obligations, according to the terms of the contract. Breaching can occur when one party fails to deliver in the appropriate time frame, does not meet the terms of the agreement, or fails perform at all.