Sachin (N.A) 23 January 2019
|Originally posted by : 498A Victim|
|I'm representing as party in person. Can I file list of documents as evidence after cross examination|
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF INDIA
Writ Petition (Civil) Nos. 496 and 570 of 2002
Decided On: 02.08.2005
Appellants: Salem Advocate Bar Association, Tamil Nadu
Respondent: Union of India (UOI)
Hon'ble Judges: Y.K. Sabharwal, D.M. Dharmadhikari and
) Additional evidence – Order 28 Rule 17-A of Code of Civil Procedure, 1908 – deletion of Order
28 Rule 17-A does not disentitle production of evidence at later stage - Court may permit leading
additional evidence at a later stage on such terms as may appear to be just if party satisfies Court
that after exercise of due diligence that evidence was not within his knowledge or could not be
produced at time party was leading evidence.
TGK REDDI 23 January 2019
Please state whether it's a criminal matter or civil matter. Your profile is criminal. But what about your case?
TGK REDDI 24 January 2019
Even after filing your Plaint, let alone after cross examination, you can't produce documents without prior permission of the Court. File, with solid grounds, an Interim Application praying the Court for permission.