In a civil suit, the documents can be exhibited in different forms. It can be exhibited mainly in three ways. In the first case, the opposite part will exhibit the document. The second method is that the document will be filled along with the oral evidence of any of the witness.
An exhibit, in a criminal prosecution or a civil trial, is physical or documentary evidence brought before the jury. The artifact or document itself is presented for the jury's inspection.
The practice in the Subordinate Civil Courts is that a document, which is tendered by a party and is admitted in evidence by the court, is marked exhibit number (i) if it is admitted by the opposite party, or (ii) its formal proof has been dispensed with by the opposite party affected by it.