1. Section One Hundred and Fifteen [115] of Code of Civil Procedure 1908 provides for Revision.
  2. This Section [115] empowers the High Court to entertain a revision in any case dealt by a Lower Court in certain circumstances. This jurisdiction is also called as Revisional Jurisdiction of the High court 
  3. Requirements of Revision 
    • The High Court can exercise its Revisional Jurisdiction, only if the following four conditions are satisfied - 
      • The Case must have been decided by the Subordinate Court 
      • The Court deciding the case should be Subordinate to the High Court. 
      • The Order delivered by the Subordinate Court must not be the Appealable Order. 
      • While passing the Order of the case the Subordinate Court must have exercised a jurisdiction not vested in it by law; or it must be acted in the exercise of its jurisdiction illegally or there should be a material irregularity. 
  4. The powers of revision given to the higher courts are very wide and squarely discretionary.  
  5. The Application for Revision can be filed within ninety days from the date of the order.

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