We may add that the right to inspection ordinarily includes the right to have copies of the document Ormerod Grierson & Co. v. St. Georges Iron Works (1905) 1 Ch. 505; 74 L.J. Ch. 373; 53 W.R.502; 92 L.T.541 and Bevan v. Webb (1901) 2 Ch. 59 at p. 74;70 L.J. Ch. 536; 49 W.R. 548; 84 L.T. 609; 17 T.L.R. 440; but according to the practice which obtains in England the parties cannot make copies for themselves though they are entitled to be supplied with copies on payment of necessary fees to the Court In the Present case it would be sufficient to direct that the plaintiffs will be at liberty not merely to inspect the documents but also to make notes of their contents. If they find it necessary to obtain copy of a document they must apply to the Court for directions.
Calcutta High Court
Gobind Mohun Doss And Ors. vs Kunja Behary Doss on 14 July, 1909
Equivalent citations: 4 Ind Cas 364 ;[1909-1910] Calcutta Weekly Notes, vol. XIV p. 147,