A division bench of Justices S Manikumar and Subramonium Prasad, has already reserved its order on the main appeals moved by Chidambaram's wife, son and daughter-in-law, challenging the prosecution initiated against them by the Income Tax department under the Black Money Act.
Chief Metropolitan Magistrate S Malarvizhi ordered the personal appearance of Chidambaram's wife Nalini, son Karti and his wife Srinidhi on August 20 since they failed to do so today.
Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Pritam Singh directed the IT department to provide legible copies of documents by September 11, the next date, after Qureshi's counsel said some of the documents were illegible.
The compliance window, which opened on 1 July under the Black Money (Undisclosed Foreign Income and Assets) and Imposition of Tax Act, 2015, allows Indians with illegal assets or incomes abroad to declare the same to the taxman with the promise of no prosecution.
The government has moved the Supreme Court, seeking recall of the court's order to form a 13 member Special Investigation Team (SIT) to probe black money cases.