ESTOPPEL | INDIAN EVIDENCE ACT

DOCTRINE OF ESTOPPEL (SECTION 115 TO 117): https://www.kaumudi04himavari.com/evidence-types-of-evidence/ Doctrine of Estoppel is applicable only to Civil Cases. Estoppel may be defined as a rule by which a person shall not be allowed to say one thing at one time and later on, say a different thing. The object of estoppel is to stop a person Read More

Relevant Facts Of Section 13,14

VALID CUSTOMS SECTION 13 OF INDIAN EVIDENCE ACT:- Facts which are relevant where the right or a custom is in question. Whenever there is a question as to the existence of any right, this Section 13 makes admissible— The transaction; Particular instances of customs. As per Section 13 (a)—any transaction by which the right or Read More

RESGESTAE SECTION 6| INDIAN EVIDENCE ACT

RESGESTAE AND PRINCIPLES SECTION 6 Resgestae means the occasions, conditions, comments, and so on which identify with a specific case, particularly as constituting allowable proof in a courtroom. FACTS-IN-ISSUE OR RELEVANT FACTS| INDIAN EVIDENCE ACT RESGESTAE:- 1. Section 6 deals with facts forming part of the same transaction; 2. Facts forming part of the same transaction Read More

PRESUMPTIONS | INDIAN EVIDENCE ACT

MEANING OF PRESUMPTIONS:– Presumption is an inference drawn by the court as to the truth of a particular fact from other known or proved facts. There are two types of Presumptions— 1. Presumptions of Fact; AND 2. Presumptions of Law. ESSENTIAL ELEMENTS OF PRESUMPTION OF FACT AND LAW:- 1. Presumptions of Facts are also known Read More

ALIBI SECTION 11| INDIAN EVIDENCE ACT

Alibi is a Latin word, which means elsewhere. It is used when the accused takes the plea that when the occurrence took place he was elsewhere. In such a situation the prosecution has to discharge the burden satisfactorily. Once the prosecution is successful in discharging the burden it is incumbent on the accused who takes Read More

BAIL

 BAIL SECTION 496 OF Criminal Procedure Code: Bail is composed consent conceding a man accused of a criminal offense to be out of prison while they sit tight for their trial or some other outcome for their situation from a court. Criminal Procedure Code, 1973-Appeal Safeguard which is once conceded can be drop just when Read More

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