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Upesh Jain   25 November 2021

How to obtain copies of documents submitted in lower court of rajasthan during judicial proceeding


I am new party to one property court case in local court of Udaipur, Rajasthan.

I want to avail copy of all documents submitted by plaintiff and other respondent in court.

In order to know there view and claims. 


How can i get photo copy of all documents submitted to court and what is procedure and how much i will be charge by court (excluding any advocate fee, if any) and how much time court will take to provide copies of documents once request is raised?


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G.L.N. Prasad (Retired employee.)     26 November 2021

You have every right to seek all those documents as certified copies from Court by paying a nominal copying fee.  Contact with your advocate for getting those documents in a week.

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Rama chary Rachakonda (Secunderabad/Highcourt practice watsapp no.9989324294 )     26 November 2021

  1. Applicant makes an application to the concern Court Registry for Certified Copies.
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Shashi Dhara   26 November 2021

It is exhibitted or not ,if not exibhit then no copy will be provided ,u can verify  in office only.

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Anaita Vas   26 November 2021

- As per law, you have your  legal right to take back the documents filed by you in court during the proceeding , specially after the finalization of the case . 

-Firstly you should apply for getting the certified copies of those documents which you need from the court record.

-Further, after getting the said copies , you should move an application for allowing to take the documents along-with the certified copies, before the said court , where it has finalized , ie. you have won the case. 

- Same day court will pass its direction to the concerned staff to issue the same . 

- For getting certified copies , it will maximum take 7 days of time , but depends on the burden of the court.



Anaita Vas


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Dr J C Vashista (Advocate)     28 November 2021

Copy of the documents submitted by the parties to lis has to be provided to other / oppoising party.

However, you may apply (on prescribed format) for a certified copy as per rules.

Did you ask your lawyer to obtain such copy for you ?

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