Authencity of citatations


A very important and some time confusing to lawyers also:

the question is:

[1] What is the aurthenticity of the citations/judgements which are taken from the internet or from the various law site like LCI, India kanoon etc.?

[2] upato what extent court will consider them reliable in judgement or trial?

[3] Can those citation / judgement need any other proof for their authenticity?

Now every one is taking help of the internet also it is not possible to find/ photocopy from the law books or from journals if the incident is of rare category but important for trial.

[4] Is the same question of authenticity holds for News papaer available on internet?

as this is matter of hard discussion in intelectual but none can gave any resonable answer and  proof  of its importance.

any one can focus on this matter is highly appreciable, and it must be valid in law wise also.if proof  of such matter is there then post them for the references.





There is no need of authenticity of any citation. Because the citations are of Higher Court not lower court. It depends upon your sources, from where you get it. For the authenticity of proper citatation you need to get it from court newsletters, volumes published by court approved publishers, and not from internet. And in regards with the news paper, you can relay on the views of the news paper.






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