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Law of Evidence (As amended by The Criminal Law (Amedment) Act, 2018

Law of Evidence (As amended by The Criminal Law (Amedment) Act, 2018

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It gives me immense pleasure in bringing out the Eighth Edition of the book titled "Law of Evidence". The first edition having been published in the year 1991, there have been seven subsequent editions and with ten reprints. This book law of Evidence in the form of section-wise commentary has been serving the needs of law students, Law Teachers, Bar and Bench for the last twenty seven years. The number of editions together with reprints during this journey of several years is undoubtedly a testimony of the popularity and success of this book on the subject. The Indian Evidence Act 1872 has been drafter by Sir James Fitz James Stephen, greatest British Legal Luminary of the 19th Century about 146 years ago. During this long period, there have been several changes and emergence of law circumstances as the time passed on since the Act was enacted, to which the Act should suit and apply.
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Contents
PART - I : Relevancy of Facts

Chapter I      :    Preliminary
Chapter II     :    Of the Relevancy of Facts
RELEVANCY OF FACTS
GROUP III
Statements by person who cannot be called as witnesses
RELEVANCY OF FACTS
GROUP IV
Statements made under special circumstances
HOW MUCH OF A STATEMENT IS TO BE PROVED
JUDGMENTS OF COURTS OF JUSTICE, WHEN RELEVANT
RELEVANCY OF FACTS
GROUP - VI
Opinions of third persons, when relevant
OF RELEVANCY FACTS
GROUP VII
PART - II  : ON PROOF
Chapter III    :     Facts which Need not be Proved
Chapter IV    :    Of Oral Evidence
Chapter V     :    Of Documentary Evidence
PUBLIC DOCUMENTS
PRESUMPTIONS AS TO DOCUMENTS
Chapter VI    :    Of the Exclusion of Oral by Documentary Evidence
Part - III : PRODUCTION AND EFFECT OF EVIDENCE
Chapter VII   :    Of the Burden of Proof
Chapter VIII  :    Estoppel
Chapter IX    :    Competency and Compellability of Witnesses
PRIVILEGED COMMUNICATIONS
ACCOMPLICE WITNESS
Chapter X     : Of the Examination of Witnesses
Chapter XI    : Of Improper Admission and Rejection of Evidence
Schedule
Subject Index
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Author Details
Dr. V. Krishnamachari,
LL.M., Ph.D. (Osm), Former Principal & Head of Dept. of Law Omania University
Assisted by :
Surender K. Gogia, B.Com, LL.B.
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