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NMRod   20 August 2019

Exibit marked in sr. court and its extract copy not marked

An agreemet original document exibit marked by sr. court but when its certified extract copy is submitted in lower court it is not marked on the premise of deficient stamp duty... Stampduty law says that the after it is accepted then its stamp duty issue cannot be raised in the same court. Can a certified copy can be not marked by lower coure when it is accepted by the sr. court and its original in sr court?? Can I submit an application to reconsider??



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Isaac   20 August 2019

|Certified copy in lieu of original can be presented and marked.

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Shashi Dhara   20 August 2019

If not marked approach appeal court.

Advocate Bhartesh goyal (advocate)     04 January 2020

Exhibit can be marked either on original documents or certified copies of public documents and certified copies of orders/judgments/decrees.For exhibiting another certified copies of documents ,it requires permission of court to lead secondary evidence..

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