Validity of Notarised Document
We are having one Civil Property dispute case pending for discussion in Lower court in Andhra Pradesh. There is one notarised document submitted to court for admitting the same. Opposition lawyer is debating, Notarised document is not legal document and valid. Wanted to know if there is any case law which states Notarised document is also valid document.
Hi sir/madam, notarized document is also valid and relevant document for the case if the said notarized accordance with law on documents. No Document can be held invalid for mere non registration. Your Document is fully is valid and can be enforced if need arise. Registration is possible by executing deed of confirmation and Penalty will be attracted. Adjudication will have to be done.
Advocate Chandrashekhar Vithal JadhavKamakshipalya, Bangalore
There is no case law in support of your theory that a Notorized GPA is a valid document. In fact there are several recent supreme court citations that declare a Notarized GPA as an invalid and in admissible document.
Advocate Kiran N MurthyIndiranagar, Bangalore
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