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What does CPC stand for?

CPC stands for Civil Procedure Code

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The tender is the execution of formal service contracts in accordance with the provisions of the Civil Procedure Code (CPC) for the courts and prosecutors of the District Court of Appeal in the Nuremberg area of ?
This it attributes to four specific reforms: easier property registration, greater use of electronic filing and payment systems, reduced bureaucracy in insolvency filings, and the introduction of a new civil procedure code reducing the time necessary for enforcement of commercial contracts.
The Commission will consider law reform proposals from amendments in Section 338 of the Pakistan Penal Code 1860, Section 129 of the Income Tax Ordinance 2001, declaring smoking in public vehicles as a cognizable offence, Rule 5 of the Order XLI Civil Procedure Code 1908, Article 79 of Qanoon-e-Shahadat Order 1984, Rule 21, Order VII and Rule 12 Order VI of the Code of Civil Procedure 1908, Section 27-A of Stamp Act 1899, Pre-emption Laws and Section 3 and 6 of the Law and Justice Commission of Pakistan Ordinance 1979, Section 3 of the National Judicial (Policy Making) Committee Ordinance 2002.
Secretary of state to the Prime Minister Ridha Belhaj pointed out that these crimes concern the interior state security whose files had been submitted to justice by virtue of the law on terrorism, the press code, law on demonstrations, the telecommunications code or other provisions of the Civil Procedure Code and other codes, notably that of military procedure.
Referring to a written answer of the question, PML-N MPA Sana Ullah Khan Mastikhel pointed out the PHE at first admitted the plot was not owned by it, contrary to its later narrations that it had forwarded an application under Section 12(2) of the Civil Procedure Code for revocation of the degree.