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Law of Evidence [As Amended by Criminal Law (Amendment) Act, 2018] (Two Volumes Set)

Law of Evidence [As Amended by Criminal Law (Amendment) Act, 2018] (Two Volumes Set)

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  • Author(s): S. P. Sengupta
  • Brand: Kamal Law House
  • Edition: 2 Ed 2018
  • Approx. Pages 3311 + Contents
  • Format Hardbound
  • Approx. Product Size 24 x 16 cms
  • Delivery Time Normally 7-9 working days

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Description
It was a joy to me when a commentary on Essential Commodities Act, the first book of mine, saw the light of the day in 1983. Meanwhile I have written more than twenty-five books. Truely speaking, the present edition of Law of Evidence is a matter of great pleasure to me as I was longing for this edition. I really met a challenge when I decided to write a commentary on the law of evidence. I put hard labour and devoted myself to the classical works of Wigmore, Best, Phipson, Cross, Halsbury's laws of England, MacCormik, Carter and the works of a few other distinguished authors of Indian Evidence Act. Together with that I relied on the authoritative judicial pronouncements, both English and Indian. I have referred copiously foreign cases so that the readers can easily follow the abstract provisions of the Indian Evidence Act. At the same time I have taken full account of the impact of the recent judicial pronouncements in different fields. Section 3 is modelled like a finger-post so that the readers can follow the right track.
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Contents
Indian Evidence Act
PART I : RELEVANCY OF FACTS
Chapter I      Preliminary
Chapter II     Of the Relevancy of Facts     
Admissions
Statements by Persons who cannot be called as Witnesses
How much of a Statement is to be proved
Judgments of Courts of Justice when relevant
Opinions of Third Persons when relevant
Character when relevant
PART II : ON PROOF
Chapter III    Facts which need not be proved
Chapter IV    Of Oral Evidence
Chapter V     Of Documentary Evidence
Public documents
Presumption 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    Of Witnesses
Chapter X     Of the Examination of Witnessess
Chapter XI    Of Improper Admission and Rejection of Evidence
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Author Details
S. P. Sengupta

Author of Negotiable Instruments Act; Dishonour of Cheque and Electronic Banking; Essential Commodities Act; Motor Accident Claims; Consumer Protection Act; Indian Registration Act; Indian Succession Act; Securitisation Act; Criminal Procedure Code;  West Bengal Premises Tenancy Act; Domestic Violence Act; Hond Book of C. P. Code; Securitisation and Reconstruction of Financial Assets and Enforcement of Security Interest Act, 2002
Joint authored of: Civil Procedure Code; Transfer of Property Act; Interpretation of Statutes; Criminal Procedure Code; Mahomedan Law
Revising author : Mortgage by Rashbehari Ghosh;  Criminal major Acts; Indian Penal Code; Limitation Act; Trust Act; Administrative Law; Law; Indian Constitutional Law; Criminal Ready Referencer
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