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Rules Of True Copy In Gujarat official parpatra

Rules Of True Copy In Gujarat official parpatra

Rules made by the High Court under the power conferred by Article 227 of the Constitution of India

with the previous approval of the State Government, for regulating the preparation and supply of copies

of records of Civil and Criminal Courts by the copying agencies under the control of the District and

Sessions Judges and the Judge, Small Cause Court, Amritsar.


1. Short Title—These rules may be called the Punjab Civil and Criminal Courts Preparation and

Supply of Copies of Records Rules, 1965.

2. Definitions—In these rules, unless the context otherwise requires—

(a) “copy” means a certified copy of any record prepared in accordance with these rules;

(b) “form” means a form appended to these rules;

(c) “record” means and includes any portion of aarecord and any document, map, plan or other paper

attached to, or forming part, of the record of any suit, appeal, inquiry, trial or other proceeding in any

Civil or Criminal Court.

3. Persons entitle to obtain copies—A copy of a record shall be granted in the manner prescribed

by these rules to any person who, under the law for the time being in force, or under these rules, is entitled
to get it. In particular, copies may be granted as follows :—

(1) Any party to a civil or criminal case is entitled at any stage of the suit or complaint to obtain

copies of the record of the case including documents exhibited and finally accepted by the Court as

evidence :—

Explanation—(i) “Complaints” include challans.

(ii) A party to a suit or complaint who has been ordered to file a written statement is not entitled to a

copy of the written statement of his opponent until he has first filed his own.

(2) A stranger to a civil or criminal case may, after decree or judgment, obtain copies of the plaint or

Complaint, written statement, affidavits and petitions filed in the case, as also of the evidence recorded by

The Court, and may, for sufficient reasons shown to the satisfaction of the Court, obtain copies of any

documents before the final order is passed. He may also obtain copies of any judgment, decree or order, at

any time after the same has been passed or made, but he shall not be granted copies of exhibits put in as

evidence except with the consent of the person by whom they were produced or under the orders of the Court.

(3) Official letters shall be treated as privileged documents and copies thereof shall not be ordinarily

granted. Should it be necessary to grant a copy of a letter, or of an extract of a letter, received by a

subordinate form a superior officer reference shall, in every case, be made to the superior officer for

permission to grant copy thereof.

4. Supply of copies free of charge to persons accused or convicted and to public Officers—

Copies shall be supplied free of charge in the following cases:—

(1) If a person convicted in a summons case is in Jail and requires a copy for purposes of appeal or

revision he or his agent shall be allowed a copy of the judgment free of charge.

(2) Copies of judgment and other documents required to be supplied to the accused under Section

371 (see Section 363 of the new Code) of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1898, shall be prepared by the

Stenographers, such copies shall be prepared and duly attested by the Copyists and supplied free of charge.

(3) Copies of judgements or orders, or English translations of vernacular judgements or orders,

convicting, acquitting or discharging Government servants, including a person subject to military law or a

civilian in military employ, of criminal offences, shall be supplied free of charge of the..


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