THE COURT FEES ACT, 1870 ARRANGEMENT OF SECTIONS - …
6. Fees on documents filed, etc., in Mufassal Courts or in public offices. 7. Computation of fees payable in certain suits. (i) for money. (ii) for maintenance and annuities . (iii) for other movable property having a market-value. (iv) (a) for movable property of no market-value. (b) to enforce a right to share in joint family property.
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