JAGANNADHA RAO PANTULU GARU Vs. VELLANKI VENKATARAMA RAO
LAWS(PVC)-1901-8-17
PRIVY COUNCIL
Decided on August 23,1901

JAGANNADHA RAO PANTULU GARU Appellant
VERSUS
VELLANKI VENKATARAMA RAO Respondents

JUDGEMENT

- (1.) THE only question argued for appellant is that Section 43 of the Civil P. C. is a bar to the present suit in which mesne profits are claimed for a period subsequent to the date of plaint in the former suit in which the plaintiff got a decree for recovery of the immoveable property, but did not claim or get a decree for mesne profits subsequent to the date of the suit.
(2.) IN regard to this it is sufficient to say that the penultimate paragraph of Section 244 of the Civil P. C. necessarily implies that Section 43 is no bar to the suit. We dismiss the appeal with costs.;


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