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Objection to the admissibility of a pedigree table must be taken in the trial Court.— Where a kursinama (pedigree table) purporting to have been made by an ancestor “by the pen of  gomashta” was received without objection at the trial, the Privy Council did not allow an objection to its admissibility to be raised before it. [Shahzadi Begam v. Secretary of State for India, 34 C 1059 : 34 IA 194 (PC)].

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