Court Cannot Pronounce Judgment in a Suit Merely on the Default of the Defendant to File a Written Statement If the Plaintiff Doesn’t Prove His Case: SC

Recently, the Supreme Court stated that the Court cannot pronounce judgment in a suit merely on the default of the defendant to file a written statement if the plaintiff doesn’t prove his case. The bench of Justices B.R. Gavai, Dipankar Datta and Aravind Kumar was dealing with the appeal challenging the judgment and order passed

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