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498A Victim   19 December 2018

Third party certified copies

I'm a third in cases, want to get certified copies. how to get certified copies


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Suri.Sravan Kumar (senior)     19 December 2018

you have to file petition in the court mentioning the reasons.

Kumar Doab (FIN)     19 December 2018

Originally posted by : 498A Victim
I'm a third in cases, want to get certified copies. how to get certified copies

If you are at No. 3 in case then as party in case you can apply for certified copies. Take help of your LOCAL counsel.

Or check if online mode is available to get the copy, and try.

Or if you are agent of the party, you may get.

If third party you may have to submit affidavit/petition to Hon’ble Judge narrating the reason/need and Hon’ble Judge may allow.Once allowed pay the fee and get the copy.Take help of your LOCAL counsel.

Or get from other parties and Counsels that appeared in the case.

If copies from court website shall do, download yourself.

Puruse the court rules e.g; jurisdictional HC rules e.g;

Delhi HC; Part B THE GRANT OF COPIES AND TRANSLATION OF RECORDS (a) Persons entitled to copies

1. Copy to be granted to person entitled—A copy or translation of a judicial record may be granted in the manner prescribed by these rules to any person who is legally entitled to receive it.

2. (i) Party entitled to copies of records and exhibits—

(ii) Grants of certain copies to strangers—A stranger to the suit or appeal may, after decree, obtain as of right, on payment copies of the plaint, memorandum of appeal, written statements, affidavits and petitions filed in the suit or appeal; and may, for sufficient reason shown to the satisfaction of the Court, obtain copies of any such documents before decree.

(iii) Grant of certain copies to stranger—A stranger to the suit or appeal may also obtain as of right, on payment copies of judgments, decrees or orders, at any time after they have been passed or made.

(iv) Grant of copies of exhibits to strangers—A stranger to the suit or appeal has no right to obtain copies of exhibits put in evidence, except with the consent of the person by whom they were produced or under the orders of the Court.


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