Certified Copy: With reference to Evidence Act
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In the Court there are number of documents which arr submitted by the parties to the case. Also, there are orders given the Judges on different dates of the case (Orders like framing of charges, non-attendance of accused, judgement etc). So, it is the right of the parties to the case to know what is being submitted in the Court by the opposite or what order has been given by Court, which they can acquire in the form of Certified Copies. So for this Parties to the case has to follow the proper way of getting those documents or order given by court, which is in the form of certified copy by submitting the nominal fees of ₹10, which is in the form of stamp duty. Certified copy is generally obtained by an advocate of the parties and not by the parties themselves.
For obtaining certified copy, the person has to fill the form associated with certified copy and has to submit it before the court. The court then witjin prescribed time issues certified of copy of any document or any other required order etc.
What is the benefit of obtaining certified copy?
– Party gets the true copy subitted by other party.
– Party gets the order, which can be used by them for revision in the Session court or High Court.
If the order of the court is inappropriate than party get relief from the Higher courts.
– If there is no certified copy than, No proceeding will take place before whom party seeks relief.
– Certified copy are Secondary Evidence as per section 64 of Indian Evidence Act, 1872.