Solved Descriptive Questions on Indian Evidence Act for Higher Judicial Services: Set- 1

1.  Whether the statement made by a victim having suffered 100% burn injuries could be accepted?

2.  What would constitute material facts and material particulars?

3.    What is the effect of not holding a prior test identification parade?

4.  Write short notes

5.  Explain the distinction between “burden of proof” and “onus of proof

6.   What is Conclusive proof ?

7.  The legal position is not in dispute that mere production and marking of a document as exhibit by the court cannot be held to be a due proof of its contents. Its execution has to be proved by admissible evidence, that is, by the “evidence of those persons who can vouchsafe for the truth of the facts in issue- Explain



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