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The second appellate court is said to have the requisite jurisdiction to interfere with the concurrent findings of the both the courts below under section 100 of CPC if the case involves a substantial question of law. Discuss what is ‘question of law’ and show how it is different from ‘substantial question of law’ for the purpose of invoking jurisdiction of the second appellate court under section 100 of the CPC. (12 Marks)
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