additional evidence during appeal

Additional Evidence cannot be produced at Appellate Stage without fulfilling any of the conditions mentioned in Or.41 R 27; SC …

The Supreme Court has held in a recent judgment that parties to a civil litigation are not entitled to produce additional evidence, whether oral or documentary, in the appellate court, but for the three situations contemplated in Order 41 Rule 27 of …

The Supreme Court also held that it was improper for the High Court in exercise of its revisional jurisdiction to interfere with an order of the lower appellate court allowing an application for additional evidence at the interim stage when the appealate court…

Under the scheme of Code, whether oral or documentary, it is the trial court before whom parties are required to adduce their evidence. But in three exceptional circumstances, additional evidence can be adduced before the appellate court, as provided…

Under the scheme of Code, whether oral or documentary, it is the trial court before whom parties are required to adduce their evidence. But in three exceptional circumstances, additional evidence can be adduced before the appellate court, as provided…

Or.41 R.27 reads as follows: “27. Production of additional evidence in Appellate Court. – (1) The parties to an appeal shall not be entitled to produce additional evidence, whether oral or documentary, in the Appellate Court. But if – (a) Th…

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