The marking of documents in an interlocutory application is more a ministerial Act done for the purposes of identifying the documents which are being considered by the Court for a prima facie case and does not amount to formal marking of documents as required under the provision of Civil Procedure Code or the Evidence Act.

The Appellate Court while considering the appeal could not have allowed the appeal merely on the ground that such documents were not marked. At best, it is a case for remand to the trial Court for marking the documents in the interlocutory application for purposes of identification.