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Q. illegal posession of land documents

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Anonymous

posted 2 months ago

what is the validity of a claim after the petitioner has found a property document lost by a party and falsely claim an oral mortgage of an amount by the party to the petitioner by creating a fabricated story? what are the chances of petitioner winning the case?
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A. Sir such evidences are circumstantial. However, False evidences if shown need to proved as true until and unless proved otherwise. Such evidences will not be accepted by the court and the advocate has to prove that such evidence is false.
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Shreyash Mohta

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A. Dear Sir,
Such false evidences cannot be accepted by Court provided your advocate proves them as false evidences.

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A. It will be dependent on circumstanceal evidence

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