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Sunday, May 10, 2015

''When the trial Court and the first appellate Court fail to consider the relevant document in proper perspective and effect of those documents on the rights of the parties, this Court is entitled to reconsider the evidence by drawing inferences from the admitted documents.'' - 2015 S.C.(1996) MSKLAWREPORTS


The trial Court had wrongly proceeded on the premise of burden of proof on the plaintiff which was corrected by the appellate Court. However, the appellate Court committed another error of not considering the documentary evidence in proper perspective of the respective claims of the parties. 
The appellate Court had not considered these documents in proper perspective and the effect of those documents on the rights of the parties. Accordingly, the learned Judge reluctantly had reconsidered the evidence and, in our view, quite rightly since it is not a mere appreciation of evidence but drawing inferences from the admitted documents. Since proper construction of the documents and inferences have not legally been drawn by the appellate Court, the High Court has gone in detail and recorded the findings - 2015 S.C.(1996) MSKLAWREPORTS

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