At, Supreme Court of India
By, HON'BLE JUSTICE S. P. BHARUCHA
By, HON'BLE JUSTICE N. SANTOSH HEGDE AND HON'BLE JUSTICE Y. K. SABHARWAL
2.According to us, the only question involved relates to appreciation of evidence. This Court will go into appreciation of evidence only after it is shown that one of the Grounds of Appeal states that the conclusion under challenge was such as could not possibly have been arrived at by persons duly instructed upon the material before them; in other words, that the conclusion is perverse. Althogh it was shown that there was no such ground, we have heard learned Counsel to the extent we considered n
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ecessary. 3.The civil appeal is dismissed.