Plaintiff Jane Lope is suing defendant John Canyon for a traffic collision that occurred on Camelback Rd. and 35th Ave. in Phoenix, Arizona several months ago.
Read the simulation below and then answer Parts I and II on Civil Law Procedures.
Plaintiff Jane Lope is suing defendant John Canyon for a traffic collision that occurred on Camelback Rd. and 35th Ave. in Phoenix, Arizona several months ago. There were many witnesses to the collision, including video footage from a traffic camera at the intersection.
Use Ms. Lope and Mr. Canyon’s case facts to detail the civil case procedures for this court case. Explain all the steps this case will go through from the case filing until the court rules in favor of the plaintiff or the defendant. You will provide the additional fact details of the incident and the case and how it plays out in court.
Part I: In 300 words, describe all the relevant facts in the case:
Part II: In 800 words, detail the procedures of a civil case from first filing to final ruling: Use two to three relevant, scholarly sources in support of your content. No PLAGARISM
Civil law in India is concerned with conflicts between individuals, organisations, or both, in which the individual’s or organization’s rights and liabilities are determined. In some civil proceedings, the victim may also be given compensation, apart from the remedies he has sought for.
The evolution of Civil Law in India has greatly been influenced by English law (common law countries like the UK & the US), Roman law (broader principles of law), parts of India where Portugal and French rulers had control – Portuguese law, and French law. India is a country governed by Common Law tradition that means precedent in following the judgments, power of investigation vests with investigating agency, and the role of the judge is that of the neutral adjudicator. The other systems applicable in the countries are Civil Law, Islamic Law etc. where the administration of justice is different from the common law system.
The governing principle of Civil Law is that where there is a wrong there is a remedy. Code of Civil procedure is the procedural code in general for Civil proceedings in India. The procedural law in Civil Law is the Code of Civil Procedure and the substantive law can be Hindu Marriage Act, Indian Succession Act, Indian Contract Act, etc. The Indian Evidence Act is adjective legislation that governs substantive law pleading, evidencing, and process.Important steps in filing a Suit under civil law, and the related provisions of CPC: