A family partition suit is running for nine years now and presently is in the state of cross examination of defendants.
1.That recently it has been discovered by one of the defendants that his former advocate has made some mistakes in the analysis of the case that has resulted in some wrong averments in written statements submitted earlier. Due to the advanced stage of the case other lawyers are not too eager to submit amendment petitions for this. Moreover it would be more appropriate if a new written statement could be submitted as there should be a lot of additions and deletions. Then can such renewed and correct analytical reasonings be brought to the notice of the court now in the defendant's Examination in chief which is yet to be submitted.
2. That further after the trial has commenced this defendant has also unearthed certain new facts in this case. Can these also now be disclosed to court in the examination in chief?