Based on Division Bench judgment here, AP High Court has passed this observation,
From Para 8,
R.Parijatham and Anr Vs M.Kameshwari and Ors on 21 July, 2017
8. Before closing these cases, we feel the necessity of observing that instances have been coming to the notice of this Court, where some Subordinate Courts have not been marking the documents while disposing of the interlocutory applications. In this context, we are reminded of a Division Bench judgment of this Court in T.Bhoopal Reddy vs. K.R.Laxmi Bai [1998(1) ALT 292 (D.B.)], wherein it was observed that in order to come to a prima facie conclusion, both the trial Court and the Appellate Court should necessarily be able to locate the documents and know its contents to agree with either of the contentions; that nowhere it is envisaged that the case of the contesting parties can only be decided on the affidavits and not on any other material and that in the absence of any specific rule so far as marking of documents at the interlocutory stage is concerned, the Courts would not be justified in not giving any marking at all to such of the documents on which both sides would rely.Regrettably, despite this authoritative pronouncement of the Division Bench, some Courts have been ignoring the same and not marking the documents. The case on hand reflects one such instance. We, therefore, direct the High Court on administrative side to issue a Circular directing the Subordinate Courts to mark the documents filed by the parties to the interlocutory applications before deciding such applications.
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