Tag: Evidence Law

The Definition of Court in Indian Evidence Act

The least that is required of a Court is the capacity to deliver a “definitive judgment” and unless this power vests in a tribunal in any particular case, the mere fact that the procedure adopted by it is of a legal character and it has the power to administer an oath will not impart to it the status of a Court”, and came to the conclusion that the commission appointed under the Commissions of Inquiry Act, 1952 is not a Court within the meaning of the Contempt of ‘Courts Act, 1952.

Glossary Indian Evidence Act

VOCABULARY WATCH ACCOMPLICE ADMISSIBILITY ADMISSION AFFIDAVIT ALIBI APPRECIATION OF EVIDENCE APPROVER ATTESTING WITNESS BENEFIT OF DOUBT BEST EVIDENCE BURDEN OF PROOF CERTIFIED COPY CHANCE WITNESS CHARACTER ASSASSINATION CIRCUMSTANTIAL EVIDENCE COMPETENT CONCLUSIVE CONDUCT […]

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LAW LIBRARY Evidence before Statutory Commission Evidence before the Quasi-Judicial Body Evidence under Departmental Inquiry Recording Evidence by the Civil Court Recording evidence By the Criminal Court     Evidence Law Decoded   […]