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Rakesh (Juris Doctor (J.D.) student)     13 December 2008

Thumb Impression

A person had filed two law suits and his thumb impressions look different in terms of length and width. The plaintiff is no more in this world.

 

1. How to authenticate thumb impressions of plaintiff? What are the legal formalities to be fulfilled?

 

2. How the uniqueness of thumb impression is determined; with some sophisticated computer scanners or under the magnifying glass with expert eyes?

 

3. May the amount of ink used interfere in comparison between two?

 

 I look forward to your input.



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Rakesh (Juris Doctor (J.D.) student)     16 December 2008

No one has any clue?

RAKHI BUDHIRAJA ADVOCATE (LAWYER AT BUDHIRAJA & ASSOCIATES SUPREME COURT OF INDIA)     31 December 2008

U can challange both the suits only on this ground. The respondent would have to prove which signature is genuine one. Respondent means the person who is appearing on behalf of that deceased person. For further querries & help u can contact me at: rakhibudhiraja@gmail.com


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