Section 24D of Karnataka Court Fee and Suit Valuation Act

(a) in the context of an action for maintenance, the amount claimed for one year; Application or application made to a civil court other than a competent civil principal court of first instance or to a small business court or to a deputy commissioner or other tax officer or public official in respect of a claim or case the amount or value of which is less than fifty rupees. (a) the objection was lodged with the court of first instance at the latest at the hearing at which the facts were first formulated and registered, or before the lower court of appeal in the notice of appeal to that court, or (2) actions before the tax courts relating to a village office. (b) In an action for possession of title in which the plaintiff`s ownership of the money or property secured by the deed is not denied, the costs shall be calculated on the basis of the amount at which the compensation sought is assessed in the application. Any copy of the power of attorney, if filed in connection with a claim or proceeding Application under section 14 or section 20 of the Arbitration Act 1940, for an instruction to file an arbitral award or an order to file an agreement and an application for enforcement of foreign arbitral awards, if they are produced. (a) fees for service and execution of the proceedings; issued by the High Court [x x x] and its subordinate civil and criminal courts; Application in connection with a lawsuit under the Mysore Converts` Dissolution of Marriage Act, 1866 (Mysore Converts Act XXI of 1866); or the Dissolution of Marriages of Converts Act of 1866 (Central Act XXI of 1866); (d) the posting in each court of a table in English and in the national language or languages indicating the fees payable for service and conduct of the proceedings. (a) fees for service and conduct of proceedings levied by the [Karnataka] Revenue Appellate Tribunal and the tax courts; (a) an action is dismissed as settled amicably before evidence of the merits of the action has been gathered; or (c) If the deficit fee is not paid within the prescribed time limit and the delay relates to an appeal which has been dismissed by the lower court and the applicant applies for appeal, the appeal shall be dismissed if, however, the delay concerns an appeal decided by the lower court. The deficit fee is repayable as if it were arrears of land revenue. (e) establish or refute a right of occupation; The tax is levied on the rental amount of the immovable property to which the action relates, payable for the year preceding the date of filing of the share. (b) the remuneration of persons employed by the courts referred to in point (a) in the service or conduct of proceedings; a copy of a document subject to stamp duty under the law applicable to stamps where left by a party to an action or proceeding in place of the original withdrawn, an application or application submitted to a court or to a [counsel, statutory authority or official] for a copy or translation of a judgment; An order or order issued by such court, chamber or officer, or any other document second to that court, chamber or office. Application under section 45 of the Specific Remedial Measures Act 1877. (xviii) application under section 48 of the Indian Christian Marriage Act 1872 (C Entral Act XV of 1872); However, where a reservation is made and the application is registered as an action, half of the Schedule of Fees prescribed in Article I of Annex I shall be levied on the market value of the mass less the fee already paid on the application.] (3) Non-statutory actions in a tax court by amending sections 43 and 47 of the Karnataka Court Fees and Suits Valuation Act, 1958. 1.

Clear written statement of set-off or counterclaim or notice of appeal filed in court. If the amount or value of the subject matter of the dispute b) In a claim by a mortgagee, if the prayer relates to the sale of the mortgaged property to the original holder of the hypothec and the original mortgagee is also billed as the defendant, the fee will be calculated on the total amount claimed for the original mortgage pledged to him. (b) in an action to increase or reduce maintenance by the amount whose annual obligation is to be increased or reduced; (i) filed, issued or registered in any court, including the High Court, or dealt with or filed by any court, including the High Court, or an application is made under sections 22, 23, 24, 25 or 27 of the Special Marriage Act 1954 (Central Act 43 of 1954) and the notice of appeal under section 39 of this Act; (e) in other cases where the consideration for the promise to be fulfilled has a market value computed at that market value or, where the consideration has no market value, at the rates provided for in section 47. The items listed in Annex B shall be deducted in accordance with subsection 2 of Section 53. Security or other inquamous of guilt issued under an order of a court or judge under any section of the Code of Criminal Procedure of 1898 or the Code of Civil Procedure of 1908 and not otherwise provided for in this Act (a) If the order relates to a claim or proceeding the value of which exceeds one thousand rupees. Application under sections 391, 439 and 522 of the Companies Act 1956 in connection with the dissolution of a company. (iii) legal actions and other documents relating to actions brought before village courts; Application for an injunction in respect of a claim or proceeding, petition, claim or memorandum of appeal, if made to a court under the Muslim Marriage Dissolution Act, 1939 (Central Act VIII, 1939), the Dissolution of Muslim Marriage Act, Mysore, 1943 (Mysore XLIII Act 1943); Application or petition under sections 34, 72, 73 and 74 of the Indian Trusts Act, 1882. (d) In other cases, whether or not the subject-matter of the action can be assessed, the fee shall be calculated on the basis of the amount at which the requested appeal is assessed in the application or [one thousand rupees], whichever is greater.

Obligation under section 49 of the Indian Divorce Act, 1869. The charges levied, in the case of a discount (section 6), on the amount or value of a debt or security specified in the certificate referred to in section 374 of the Act, and one and a half times those charges on the amount or value of a debt or security to which the certificate is granted under section 376 of the Act. Application or application under Article 47 and Ordinance XXI, Rule 90 of the Code of Civil Procedure of 1908, if filed with a court. (2) Where the appeal is made under section 45-B of the Banking Companies Act 1949. an application under the Indian Divorce Act, 1869 (Central Act IV of 1869), other than an application under section 44 of this Act, and any notice of appeal under section 55 of this Act; (c) The determination by district judges, sitting judges and district judges of the number of officials of first instance necessary for the service and conduct of proceedings by their respective and lower courts; Application under section 26 of the Provincial Insolvency Act, 1920 (as amended by the Provincial Insolvency (Extension and Amendment of Karnataka) Act, 1962 (Provincial Insolvency (Extension and Amendment of Karnataka Act) of 1963) (Provincial Insolvency Act 7 of 1963)) Application under section 95 of the Code of Civil Procedure 1908.