This classic work is very popular for its very readable and interesting style. The author, a former Assistant-Editor of -Supreme Court Reports', Senior Advocate and former Advocate-General of Sikkim, draws frequently from his vast storehouse of knowledge and experience to make the subject easy to understand and fun to learn.
The present sixth edition has been thoroughly overhauled on the basis of the suggestions of the readers. With a view to making the book more useful and interesting, effort has been made to incorporate the prcis of recent and important cases which exemplify the scope of the sections, providing also where necessary the factual background of the cases. This change in style and emphasis will help the students to understand the scope of the various sections better.
The book incorporates all up to date amendments including those introduced by the Information Technology Act, 2000 and the Indian Evidence (Amendment) Act, 2002.
A practical work on the subject that clarifies and explains the complicated rules governing the law of evidence in a straightforward and easily comprehensible style.
Highly useful to law students and law teachers in general and the Bench and the Bar in particular.
- The Theory Of Relevancy.
- Relevant Facts of which Evidence may be given.
- Facts of which need not be given.
- Facts of Which Evidence cannot be given.
- Burden of Proof.
- Documentary Evidence.
- Exclusion of Oral by Documentary Evidence.
- Weight of Evidence.
- Power of an Appellate Court
Eastern Book Company's Law Of Evidence For B.S.L & L.L.B by Vepa P. Sarathi
- Publisher: Eastern Book Company [EBC]
- Book Code: 9789351454519
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