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Bare acts > Code of Civil Procedure, 1908 > Order 26 Rule 3


3. Where witness resides within court’s jurisdiction.- A commission for the examination of a person who resides within the local limits of the jurisdiction of the court issuing the same may be issued to any person whom the court thinks fit to execute it.


Allahabad.- For Rule 3 the following rule shall be substituted:

“3. Commission to whom issued.— Such commission may be issued to any Court not being a High Court within the local limits of whose jurisdiction such person resides or to any pleader of other person whom the Court thinks fit to execute it and the Court shall direct whether the commission shall be returned to itself or to any subordinate Court.” (22.11.1980).






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