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Dear sir, We are running the powder coating company past 1&half year as a partnership firm. I Am the managing partner other one is working partner as per agreement. One day, my working partner asked my sign for a change of address for shifting our company. So I signed the document without reading. After some days I asked him for preparing the balance sheet. He submitted all duplicate bills at high cost. He is the investor and plans to raise the capital investments, I found all the bills are not valid. That bill copy phone number and address also fake, So I asked frequently about this issue. To my shock, after a few days, he replied to me that I was no longer a partner. Are there any chances of proving this fraud rent document? I know for certain that in sales tax office our partnership deed available. Can you help me?

If the signature is obtained by fraud then the burden of proof should be strong enough to prove it. If the judge or jury believes the plaintiff and defendant equally, the plaintiff has failed to meet his burden of proof and his claim must fail. In other words, the tie goes to the defendant. The defendant does not have to prove anything. The defense is...

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