Section 139 of Code of Civil Procedure 1908 "Oath on affidavit by whom to be administered"
In the case of any affidavit under this Code-
(a) any Court or Magistrate, or
(aa) any notary appointed under the Notaries Act, 1952 (53 of 1952); or
(b) any officer or other person whom a High Court may appoint in this behalf, or
(c) any officer appointed by any other Court which the
State Government has generally or specially empowered in
may administer the oath to the deponent.
Uttar Pradesh- (i) for clause (b) of section 139 substitute:
"(b) any person appointed in this behalf by a High Court or by a district court; or"
(ii) for clause (c) of section 139 substitute:
"(c) any person appointed in this behalf by such other court as the State Govt. may, by general or special order, empower in this behalf."
[U.P. Act No. 11 of 1981]
Section 140 of Code of Civil Procedure 1908 "Assessors in causes of salvage etc"
(1) In any admiralty or vice-admiralty cause of salvage, towage or collision, the Court, whether it be exercising its original or its appellate jurisdiction may, if it thinks fit, and shall upon request of either party to such cause, summon to its assistance, in such manner as it may direct or as may be prescribed , two competent assessors; and such assessors shall attend and assist accordingly.
(2) Every such assessor shall receive such fees for his attendance, to be paid by such of the parties as the Court may direct or as may be prescribed.
What is Power of High Court to make rules as to their original Civil Procedure? What are Powers of other High Court to make rules as to matters other than procedure? What is Publication of rules? Section 129, 130 and 131 of Code of Civil Procedure 1908