Gadadhar Chowdhury v. Sarat Chandra Chakravarty AIR 1941 Cal 193 it was held that findings in judgments not inter partes are not admissible in evidence.
“Though the recitals and findings in a judgment not inter partes are not admissible in evidence, such a judgment and decree are, in our opinion, admissible to prove the fact that a decree was made in a suit between certain parties and for finding out for what lands the suit had been decreed.”
This, in our opinion, is the correct legal position regarding the admissibility of judgments not inter partes. [Para 130]
read in in 1983 PLRonline 0004