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An Act further to amend the Procedure of the High Court of
Judicature for 1[Uttar Pradesh].

Preamble.-WHEREAS it is expedient to amend the procedure of the
High Court of Judicature for 2[Uttar Pradesh]; It is hereby enacted as follows:-

1.[Trial of Natives and European British subjects conjointly.]

1. [Trial of Natives and European British subjects conjointly.]
Rep. by the Advocate-Generals (Power;) Act, 1875 (10 of 1875).

2.[Record of evidence.]

2. [Record of evidence.] Rep., ibid.

3.Power to award costs on petitions, etc.

3. Power to award costs on petitions, etc.-Whenever any petition, application or motion is made in any matter coming before the said Court in the exercise of its civil 3* * * or other jurisdiction, the Court shall have power to award and apportion costs in any manner it may think fit.

4.Penalty for making false statements in support of petitions, etc.

4-4. Penalty for making false statements in support of petitions, etc.-Whenever the Court shall require the statements in support of any such petition, application or motion to be verified by a declaration in writing, the person making such verification shall, if any such statement is false, and if he either knows or believes it to be false, or does not believe it to be true, be deemed to have intentionally given false evidence in a stage of a judicial proceeding.

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1. Subs by the A.O. 1950 for the North Western Provinces.

2. Subs., ibid., for the North Western Provinces of Fort William”.

3 The word Criminal” is omitted as so much of s. 3 as relates to criminal jurisdiction was rep, by the High Courts Criminal Procedure
Act, 1875 (10 of 1875), s. 2.4. So much of s. 4 relates to criminal jurisdiction was rep., ibid.
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74.Procedure of the High Court for Uttar Pradesh

1.Trial of Natives and European British subjects conjointly.

1.[Trial of Natives and European British subjects conjointly.]
Rep. by the Advocate-Generals (Powers) Act, 1875 (10 of 1875).

2.Record of evidence.

2. [Record of evidence.] Rep. ibid.

3.Power to award costs on petitions, etc.

3.Power to award costs on petitions, etc. Whenever any petition, application or motion is made in any matter coming before the said
Court in the exercise of its civil 3* * * or other jurisdiction, the
Court shall have Dower to award and apportion costs in any manner it may think fit.

4.Penalty for making false statements in support of petitions, etc.

4 4.Penalty for making false statements in support of petitions, etc. Whenever the Court shall require the statements in support of any such petition, application or motion to be verified by a declaration in writing, the person making such verification shall, if any such statement is false, and if he either knows or believes it to be false, or does not believe it to be true, be deemed to have intentionally given false evidence in a stage of a judicial proceeding.

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1 Subs. by the A.O. 1950 for “the North Western Provinces”.

2 Subs., ibid., for “the North Western Provinces of the
Presidency of Fort William “.

3 The word ” Criminal ” is omitted as so much of s. 3 as relates to criminal jurisdiction was repealed by the High Courts Criminal
Procedure Act, 1875 (10 of 1875), s. 2.4 So much of s. 4 as relates to criminal jurisdiction was rep., ibid.
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