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decree and judgement obtained by forged document

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if decree and judgement obtained by produceing forged documents in trial court  what is legal effect in the appeal is preferred kindly let me know your views and related supreme court judgements on this issue..


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ANYDOCUMENTOBTAINEDBY FRAUDAND...............ISVOID

LAWYERS AT CITATION


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Such decree and Jugment is illegal AB INITIO.

 

You can initiate no of steps depending upon the nature and value of the case against the party who obtained such judgement.


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Advocate

file appeal in higher court and get the said judgement set aside .

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File appeal and also file criminal case under various sections of IPC i.e. 467--- etc.


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1.FILE THE CRIMINAL O.P. PETITION IN TRIAL COURT U/S 340 Cr.P.C

2.IT'S EXPARTE ORDER .. FILE SETASIDE PETITION / 

3.IF IT'S CONTEST ORDER MOVE APPEAL WITH EFFECTIVE GROUNDS


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ADVISOR

Better you refer to Order 41 Rule 31 and ensure that the first appelette court follows the procedure laid down in Rule31.

If you need citations ,do not hesitate ,but first you read O41,R 31 and mention your views.

 
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Dear Tejus,

Even i am a victim of a fradu decree.....First of all you can set aside that decree in same court & court can exercise powers under 151 cpc but alongside it depends what kind of decree it is.....If its strictly mentioned by LAw or SC, that we need to go to a higher court for setting aside, then is a diffrnt option....

 

All courts have power t set aside any decree or orders under 151 CPC...U may get back on the kind of decree to the forum...Also u have a lot of steps like 340 Crpc, complaint to bar council for other adv, filing a separate criminal complaint etc...Though these are necessary steps but lawyers most often refrain following all actions.

 
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