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Law of Evidence (Act No. 1 of 1872) (As Amended by - The Criminal Law (Amendment) Act, 2013 (Act No. 13 of 2013)

Law of Evidence (Act No. 1 of 1872) (As Amended by - The Criminal Law (Amendment) Act, 2013 (Act No. 13 of 2013)

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  • Author(s): C.D. Field
  • Brand: Delhi Law House
  • Edition: 13 Ed Updated 2017
  • ISBN 13 9789381308325
  • Approx. Pages 1539 + Contents
  • Delivery Time Normally 7-9 working days

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Description
The Law of Evidence in India is a codified law, which deals with competency of witnesses, method of examining them and testing their veracity. Matter of evidence are governed by the lex fori. i.e, the Court in which the law is tried. Whether a witness is competent or not, wrhether certain matter requires to be proved by writing or not, whether certain fact is proved or not, are all to be governed by the Law of the country where the issue arise. That's why the exact position of law in hand must be clear and must also be made aware to the Bench, Bar and various prosecution agencies. C.D. Field's Evidence is widely acclaimed and retained authority on the law concerned. The instant is the shorter edition of the Field's original work. It is duly amended and made up-to-date. Even the Smriri texts, in ancient past, while dealing with the Rules of Procedure which had to be followed by Courts during trial, also envisaged prominent and pragmatic rules for determination of admissibility of evidence.
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Contents
Part I - Relevancy of Facts
Chapter I      :  Preliminary
Chapter II     :  Of the Relevancy of Facts
Part II - On Proof
Chapter III   :  Facts which need not be Proved
Chapter IV   :  Of Oral Evidence
Chapter V    :  Of Documentary Evidence
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   :  Of Witnesses
Chapter X    :  Of the Examination of Witnesses
Chapter XI   :  Of Improper Admission and Rejection of Evidence
The Schedule
Index
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