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Preetam Thakur (MHA)     05 November 2019

Written statement in a partition case

Sirs/ Madams,

In a Partition Case; 'B' is respondant and 'A' is applicant.

'B' files the written statement and objections in the revenue court in response to the Partition Application Filed by 'A'

'B' submitted additional copy of the written statement and objection for applicant 'A' BUT forgots to mention in the written statement of having attached such additional copy for applicant.

The court clerk misplaces the additional copy (obviously with itent to the disadvantage of respondant "B").

In the next hearing the court clerck advises 'B" to provide a copy to 'A" who hesitates to take it and evades whenever approached by 'B' to hand over the copy;

The questionis:

What could be the legal consequences/ disadvantages to 'B" if the advocate of 'A' pleads that 'B' has not provided additional copy of the statement to him?



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