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Strict rules of evidence as per the Indian Evidence Act is not applicable in any proceedings before an Administrative Tribunal but only substantial rules of evidence i.e., the Principles of Natural Justice are only applicable. Sorry, I am not able to make out anything from your cryptic post about the evidence of employment of a person in a case against perjury before a criminal court in order to stop interim maintenance. Better you present the complete facts leading to your present question, if you are willing.
From India, Salem
KK!HRThe documentary evidence for working could be service certificate, identity card issued by the employer or the muster roll of the employer , latest salary slip, photograph of the employee in the uniform or in the functions organised by the employer along with oral evidence substantiating the document would suffice. As regards salary, the salary certificate, form 16, salary slip etc would be enough. If there is definite information available on employment status, an application could be filed in the court giving the available information and seeking production of documents regarding employment and salary through the dealing officials of the establishment could be filed through the appearing advocate in the matter and the courts would issue necessary notice to the organisation to bring records of the employee and relevant evidence would come on record.
From India, Mumbai