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Lalit Narayan Arora v. Vinod Kumar - CRM-2242-m-2006  RD-P&H 4664 (24 July 2006)
Lalit Narayan Arora vs Vinod Kumar
Present : Mr.Gourave Bhayyia, Advocate,
for the petitioner.
Mr.K.K.Aggarwal, Sr.Advocate, with
Mr.Kapil Aggarwal, Advocate,
for the respondent.
After arguing for some time, counsel for the petitioner prays that the present petition be dismissed as withdrawn with liberty to raise all the pleas, raised herein, before the trial Court, at an appropriate stage. He further prays that the personal appearance of the petitioner, before the trial Court, be exempted.
Dismissed as withdrawn with the aforestated liberty. The personal appearance of the petitioner, before the trial Court, shall remain exempted, subject to his filing an affidavit in the following terms :- (i) undertakes to appear, before the trial Court, as and when so directed;
(ii) undertakes that he would have no objection if the evidence is recorded in his absence;
(iii) undertakes not to raise any dispute as to identity; (iv) undertakes to comply such other conditions, as may be imposed by the trial Court.
Liberty is granted to appear through counsel.
It is made clear that the petitioner would be bound by the affidavit and such conditions, as the trial Court may deem appropriate. In case, the petitioner violates the terms and conditions of the affidavit, or such Crl.Misc.No.2242.M of 2006 : 2 :
other terms and conditions, as may be imposed by the trial Court, the trial Court shall be at liberty to proceed against the petitioner, in accordance with law.
( RAJIVE BHALLA )
August 03, 2006. JUDGE
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