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    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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    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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    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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    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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    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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    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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    *Some most important judgments related to 125 CrPC, 1973

    1. 125 CrPC cannot be filed twice, only 127 CrPC is allowed. (High Court Gujrat), Bench Hbl J. M. R.…

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    Landmark Judgments under Evidence Act, 1872

    Procedure to be followed to contradict a witness u/s 145- Bhagwan Singh v. The State of Punjab The Court held…

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