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presumption about official act


 

Presumption about official act

 
In our view, the expression 'publicly pronulagated' is not equivalent to publication in the Government Gazette. It is true that there is a presumption that official acts are properly performed; but before the presumption can arise, it must be established that the official act was done and only if a dispute arises as to the propriety of the reference, the presumption may arise."

Bombay High Court
Ramesh Mulchand Ramani vs State Of Maharashtra on 4 July, 1980
 
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