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PUNJAB AND HARAYANA HIGH COURT

Year of decision: 2018
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Will -- Proof of - Attesting witnesses not available - Requirement of S.69 of Evidence Act, 1872 - Both attesting witnesses were dead - Signatures of both the attesting witnesses proved by their close relatives - Thus, widow of deceased has successfully fulfill the requirements of S.69 of Evidence Act by proving that attestation of both attesting witnesses were in their..........

DELHI HIGH COURT

Year of decision: 2015
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Evidence Act, 1872, Section 68, 69 -- Proof of a document required by law to be attested when both the attesting witnesses are dead - Evidence is required to be led that signatures on document which requires to be attested by one or more witnesses are that of the executant with further proof that there is attestation in his handwriting by one attesting witness...........

RAJASTHAN HIGH COURT

Year of decision: 2014
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Indian Penal Code, 1860, Section 302, 364, 201 -- Murder - Appeal against conviction - Accused acquitted - Circumstantial evidence - Recovery of dead body after 5 days from water flowing canal - No cause of death available in medical evidence - Recovery of wallet after lapse of 8 to 10 days from the date of incident is highly doubtful - I.O failed to explain as to why..........

PUNJAB AND HARYANA HIGH COURT

Year of decision: 2010
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Will -- Execution - Proof - Neither attesting witnesses nor scribe produced on the ground that all were dead - Held, in such a case Will is required to be proved in accordance with S. 69 of the Evidence Act which they failed to do - Contention that will being more than 30 years old could be presumed to have been duly executed and attested u/s 90 of the Evidence Act..........

ALLAHABAD HIGH COURT

Year of decision: 2010
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Will -- Registration after death of testator - Will has to be registered on satisfaction of three conditions, viz. (a) that the Will has been executed by testator; (b) that the testator is dead; and (c) that the person presenting the Will is, under S.40 of Registration Act, entitled to present the same - Satisfaction of Registering Authority about execution of Will can be..........

PUNJAB AND HARYANA HIGH COURT

Year of decision: 2009
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Will -- Execution - Proof - Attesting witnesses dead - Will to be proved by examining witnesses who are able to prove the handwriting of executant - Signatures of one attesting witness identified by Sub Registrar who registered the Will - Held, Will is duly proved...........

SUPREME COURT OF INDIA

Year of decision: 2008
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Will -- Execution - Proof - When no attesting witnesses found - In a case where attesting witnesses are either dead or out of jurisdiction of Court or kept out of the way by the adverse party or cannot be traced despite diligent search - In that event Will may be proved in the manner indicated in S.69 of Evidence Act by examining witnesses who were able to prove the..........

PUNJAB AND HARYANA HIGH COURT

Year of decision: 2003
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Will -- Proof - Will is required to be attested by two witnesses and one attesting witness is required to be produced for proving its due execution - In the instant none of the two attesting witnesses examined - It is not the case that both the witnesses are dead or are not capable of giving evidence or their whereabouts are not known - One clerk from office of Sub..........

PUNJAB AND HARYANA HIGH COURT

Year of decision: 2000
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Civil Procedure Code, 1908, Order 18, Rule 17-A -- Additional evidence - Will - One of the two attesting witnesses dead - Many opportunities granted to examine the attesting witness who was alive and on failure evidence closed by order - Defendants also availed many opportunities to examine the attesting witness who was alive and on failure their evidence also closed by..........

PUNJAB AND HARAYANA HIGH COURT

Year of decision: 1975
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Will -- Suspicious and unnatural circumstances: (i) Will not scribed by a regular scribe although District Courts exist at that place, (ii) Will not registered although testator died six months after execution, (iii) Will never saw light of the day for four years after death of testator, (iv) All attesting witnesses and scribe of Will dead, and (v) Opinion of expert that..........

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