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  • Ajit Prakashan's Law of Evidence for LL.B | BA. LL.B by Adv. Sudhir J. Birje [July 2019 New Syllabus]

Contents:

I. Introduction of the Act (Section 1-5):

  1. Importance of Law of Evidence
  2. Role in Civil and Criminal Proceedings
  3. Application of the Act
  4. Interpretation Clause under the Act
  5. Presumptions: May Presume, Shall Presume and Conclusive Proof
  6. Relevant Definitions under the Information Technology Act, 2000
  7. Evidence of Facts in issue and Relevant Facts only
  8. Relevancy and Admissibility

II. Relevancy of Facts I:

  1. What Facts are Relevant (Sections 6-16)
  2. Relevancy of Admissions (Sections 17-23 and 31)
  3. Relevancy of Confessions (Sections 24-30)

III. Relevancy of Facts II:

  1. Statement by Persons who Cannot be found (Sections 32-33)
  2. Statements made under Special Circumstances (Sections 34-39)
  3. Judgments (Sections 40-44)

IV. Relevancy of Facts III:

  1. Relevancy of Opinions (Sections 45-51)
  2. Relevancy of Character (Sections 52-55)
  3. Facts which need not be Proved (Sections 56-58)

V. Oral and Documentary Evidence I:

  1. Oral Evidence (Sections 59-60)
  2. Documentary Evidence (Sections 61-78)

VI. Oral and Documentary Evidence II:

  1. Presumptions as to Documents and Electronic Records (Sections 79-90A)
  2. Exclusion of Oral by Documentary Evidence (Sections 91-100)

VII. Burden of Proof:

  1. Burden of Proof (Sections 101-111)
  2. Presumptions (Sections 111A-114A )
  3. Doctrine of Estoppel (Sections115-117)

VIII. Witnesses and Examinations of Witnesses:

  1. Witnesses (Sections 118-134)
  2. Examinations of Witnesses (Sections 135-166)
  3. Improper Admission or Rejection of Evidence (Sections 167)

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