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Kunal Mukherjee (Father)     10 November 2010

Doctor's Prescription as Evidence

Does the Indian law recognise a registered medical practitioner's prescripttion IN ORIGINAL as evidence OR is the Doctor required to personally come to the Court and verify that the prescripttion was indeed issued by him ?

In such cases is the Doctor ALSO required to personally IDENTIFY the person for whom such a presciption was given ?

Can someone give me an unambiguous and authentic reply to the above queries ?



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kunal sharma (Legal Consultant)     10 November 2010

The Doctor's original medical priscripttion report is required to testify that yes a person he/ she is suffering from a perticular ailment and the report says it all but to testify the report with an evidentiary stamp of it in person is required in Law. He personally has to appear for evidence to mark n testify the report as a correct proof of evidence....

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