Arjun Bahl
Asked January 15, 2017

Physical presence in the court

  • 2 Answers

I have an error in my class 10th Certificate for which I appealed in court. Now I have to be present in court along with documents to prove it, is my presence necessary or anyone from my family can show up with documents?

Answers 2

if the court has passed the order requiring your presence, then u hav to to appear

Agree Comment 0 Agrees almost 5 years ago

You can give Power of attorney (POA) to present the case on your behalf due to your unavailability. After giving POA, it would not be mandatory for you to be present there, unless and until the court finds your presence to deal some issue very important and significant.

Agree Comment 0 Agrees almost 5 years ago

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