Serious re-thinking required on how electronic documents are to be proved: Delhi HCFebruary 7 2018
The Delhi High Court recently observed that courts ought to revaluate the manner by which they require electronic documents to be proved.
While dealing with a case relating to a loan default, the Court held that merely because a printout of statement of account is filed as secondary evidence with necessary certificate, does not make it less valid.
These observations were made while setting aside a judgment of a trial court, which had dismissed the recovery suit of ICICI bank on . . .
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