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RAGHUNATH G L (ASSISTANT MANAGER)     20 December 2019

Cross Examination after Arguments

Sir,
Plaintiff Didn't Done there arguments in time so Defendents called for arguments same completed today..

Plaintiff side put new application for Cross examination of defendent court rejected same, called for Plaintiff clarification again tomorrow as arguments...

Will Plaintiff given opertunity for arguments tomorrow?
or
Plaintiff given opertunity for any clarification on defendent points as per today's arguments..

Also is there any chance to call cross examination again at this stage again...


 4 Replies

Shashi Dhara   21 December 2019

Today is last civil working day in most courts of india.it reopens on 1jan2020.

G.L.N. Prasad (Retired employee.)     21 December 2019

Further proceedings are purely at the discretion of the judge, who has to consider the issues raised by both the parties on merits.   Members can not foretell without knowledge on what are the facts of such proceedings, past duration of those proceedings, the delay tactics by the parties the exact issues that may be raised by the plaintiff.

Dr J C Vashista (Lawyer)     22 December 2019

What is your locus standi to the suit ?

What is the opinion of the lawyer engaged by you who is well aware about the facts and circumstances of the case, an able, competent and intelligent enough to advise. If you are not satisfied with the ability, competence or performance of your lawyer it is advisable to consult and engage another local prudent lawyer for better appreciation of facts/ documents, professional guidance and proceeding.

 

Hemant Agarwal (ha21@rediffmail.com Mumbai : 9820174108)     24 December 2019

1. Arguments are permitted only AFTER cross-examination are concluded.  AND NOT otherwise, unless & until there is some new evidence bordering on point of law.

2. Usually Plantiff is to argu first and THEN the Defendant, and the cycle can repeat, as required, with permission of Magistrate /Judge.

Keep Smiling .... Hemant Agarwal
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