Evidence Law

  • Evidence

    PCS (J) Notes: Distinction between Relevancy and Admissibility

    Relevant means that which is logical probative. Admissibility is not based on logic but on law and strict rules. Many…

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  • Evidence

    PCS (J) Notes: Kinds of Presumptions

    Presumption of Law (Rebuttable and Irrebutable) Irrebuttable presumption of law are those legal rules, which are not overcome by any…

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  • Evidence

    PCS (J) Notes: “May Presume”, “Shall Presume”, and “Conclusive Proof”

    Every fact, on the basis of which a party to a proceeding wants to take judgment, must be proved. No…

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  • Evidence

    FALUS IN UNO FALUS IN OMNIBUS

    This maxim means that if a thing is false in respect of one, it must be taken to be false…

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  • Evidence

    PCS (J) Notes: “Proved”, “Disproved”, “Not Proved”

    Proved A fact said to be proved when, after considering the matters before it, the court either believes it to…

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  • Evidence

    PCS (J) Notes: What are the conditions precedents for conviction on circumstantial evidence?

    Circumstantial Evidence is that which relates to a series of facts other than the fact is issue. Circumstantial evidence assumes…

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  • Evidence

    PCS (J) Notes: Classification of Evidence

    Evidence may be classified as (1) Direct and (2) Circumstantial Evidence. Direct Evidence means any fact which without the intervention…

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  • Civil law

    Whether opinion of third person under s. 45 of Indian Evidence Act is binding on the Court?

    This section is an exception to the rule as regard the exclusion of opinion evidence. If a witness is permitted…

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