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Differences between the Decree and Judgment under CPC


  Differences between the Decree and Judgment under CPC


    In this article, we are going to discuss the differences between the Decree and Judgment under CPC.

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Sr.
No.
Decree
Judgment



1.
Decree is defined under section 2(2) of the Code of Civil Procedure, 1908,
Judgment is defined under section 2(9) of the CPC,



2.
Decree is an adjudication conclusively determining the rights of the parties with regard to all or any of the matters in controversy,
Judgment is a statement given by a  judge on the grounds of a decree or order,



3.
Decree may be preliminary or final, or partly preliminary and partly final,
It is not so in the judgment,



4.
Decree is passed in a civil suit,
Judgment may be passed in civil suits as well as in criminal cases,



5.
In the decree, it is necessary that there must be a formal expression of the decree,
In the Judgment, it is not necessary that there should be a formal expression,



6.
Decree follows the Judgment,
Judgment contains the grounds of the decree,



7.
Decree is appealable,
Judgment is not appealable,



8.
It is the Decree which is capable of execution,
Judgment is not capable of execution,






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