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MADURAI LAWYER (LEGAL CONSULTANT)     13 September 2011

Maxim '' res ipsa locquitur'' - applicability of.

(K) Maxim - Res ipsa locquitur - May not be strictly applicable in a criminal case but in civil proceedings it is applicable.

 
 2009 ALL MR (Cri) 1907 - Ref. 1998(3) ALL MR 136 (S.C.), 2008 ALL MR (Cri) 1994 (S.C),
2009 ALL MR (Cri) 1907 - Rel. on. 

MALAY KUMAR GANGULY VS. DR. SUKUMAR MUKHERJEE & ORS.
      2009-ALL SCR-2039  (Paras 131, 135)  
 


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revribhav (Hindi)     15 July 2014

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The Registrar Vigilance                         13 July 2014
 Hon’ble High Court of Rajasthan
 Jaipur Bench,Jaipur (Rajasthan).

 Madam/Sir,
 Re:  Request for dismissal of Writ Petition on account of false affidavit
 Please find attached complaint for your kind information and doing the
 needful in the matter.
 regards,
 

for information: Chairman, The New India Assurance Co.
 Ltd,87,M.G. Road,Fort,Mumbai-400001.


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