Code of Civil Procedure, 1908 (V of 1908), Section 100 – Regular Second Appeal — Substantial question of law — Proper test -If the question is settled by the highest court or the general principles to be applied in determining the question are well settled and there is a mere question of applying those principles or the question raised is palpably absurd, the question would not be a substantial question of law.

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