Section 51 of the civil procedure Code, which provides for the different modes of execution of a decree and lays down that, where the decree is for the payment of money, execution by detention in prison shall not be ordered, unless, after giving the judgment-debtor an opportunity of showing cause why he should not be committed to prison, the court for reasons recorded in writing is satisfied.
"(a) that the judgment-debtor, with the object or effect of obstructing or delaying with the execution of the Decree.
(i) is likely to abscond or leave the local limits of the jurisdiction of the Court, or
(ii) has, after the institution of the suit in which the decree was passed, dishonestly transferred, concealed, or removed any part of his property, or committed any other act of bad faith in relation to his property, or
(b) that the judgment-debtor has, or has had since the date of the decree the means to pay the amount of the decree or some substantial part thereof and refuses or neglects or has refused or neglected to pay the same or,
(c) that the decree is for a sum for which the judgment-debtor was bound in a fiduciary capacity to account".