Evidence

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    PCS (J) Notes: Sec 164, CrPC, CONFESSION

    CHAPTER 4, Sec.164 Cr.P.C., Confession: Confession means admission by the accused of his guilt. The Magistrate may record a statement…

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    PCS (J) Notes: CrPC, Sec 125, MAINTENANCE OF WIFE AND CHILDREN

    Ch.3. Maintenance of Wife, Children and Parents: Sn.125 Cr.P.C. deals with the provisions relating to maintenance of wife, children and…

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    PCS (J) Notes: Indian Evidence Act, Ch.1.10. Expert Witness (Sn. 45)

    Ch.1.10. Expert Witness (Sn. 45)   An expert witness is one who has devoted his time and study to a…

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    PCS (J) Notes: Indian Evidence Act: Ch.1.6. Judgment in Rem and Judgment in Personam (Sn.41)

    Ch.1.6. Judgment in Rem (Sn.41):   (i) A judgment in rem, is conclusive not only against the parties, but also…

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    PCS (J) Notes: Indian Evidence Act, Sec 15, Accidental or Intentional Acts

    Accidental, Intentional, Done with a particular knowledge or intention, The fact that such act formed part or a series of…

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    PCS (J) Notes: Evidence Act, Sec 14, State of mind, body or bodily feeling

    Facts showing- (a) The existence of any state of mind, such as intention [illus. 9i) & (j)], knowledge [illus. (a),…

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    PCS (J) Notes. Indian Evidence Act, Sec 13, Rules for proving Customs & Rights

    Section 13 lays down rules of evidence for the proof of customs and rights. The section applies to all kinds…

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    PCS (J) Notes: Sec 11, When facts not otherwise relevant becomes relevant

    As per section 11, facts not otherwise relevant are relevant in the following two situations. If they are inconsistent with…

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