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The Indian Evidence Act 1872: Admissions

THE INDIAN EVIDENCE ACT 1872 TOPIC-ADMISSIONS         ADMISSIONS:- S.17-Admission Defined-An admission is a statement, oral or documentary, documentary, which suggests any inference as to any fact in issue or relevant fact, and which is made by any of the...
Article: Law of Evidence: Public and Private Documents

Law of Evidence: Public and Private Documents

What are public documents? How the public documents are proved.?   Introduction. Evidence provided in the written form are called documentary evidence under section 3 of the Indian evidence Act. Such documents are divided into Public...
Estoppel-Doctrine of Estoppel, Promissory Estoppel- Indian Evidence Act

Doctrine Of Estoppel, Promissory Estoppel-Indian Evidence Act

DOCTRINE OF ESTOPPEL, PROMISSORY ESTOPPEL-INDIAN EVIDENCE ACT, 1872   Introduction Apparently, the word estoppel originated from an ancient English word “estop”. The doctrine of estoppel comes with a sense of negativity. The object of estoppel is basically...

Types of Evidences under Indian Evidence Act, 1872

Types of Evidences under Indian Evidence Act, 1872 TYPES OF EVIDENCES There are different types of evidences under the Indian Evidence Act, 1872. These are mentioned below- 1) Oral Evidence 2) Documentary Evidence 3)Primary Evidence 4) Secondary Evidence 5) Real Evidence 6)...

Important features of the Indian Evidence Act

THE LAW OF EVIDENCE THE INDIAN EVIDENCE ACT 1872   THE MOST IMPORTANT FEATURES OF THE INDIAN EVIDENCE ACT TO BE KNOWN BY A LAW STUDENT-   The Indian Evidence Act or The Law of  Evidence is...