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  • Asia Law House's The Law of Evidence For LLB by Dr. S. R. Myneni

The whole legal edifice in India stands on four pillars: C.P.C; Cr.PC, I.P.C. and Evidence Act. Among them the Indian Evidence Act, 1872 is the important one and one of the oldest Acts, enacted in British India. However all these years, it is being amended from time to time to make it up to date to face the challenges of the changed conditions in the society. The author presents this volume of the Law of Evidence in simple language, in cocise form and in lucid style. This text book on Law of Evidence is a comprehansive one based on the recent syllabus of Bar Council of India. Lal Perera, an Attonery-at-Law of Sri Lanka, who appreciated the contents of this book advised to enlarge the contents of hearsay and rule of best evidence. Hence, the auhtor recasted the contents of the 'Rule of Hearsay Evidence' and 'The Rule of Best Evidence' and pays his gratitude to Shri Lal Perera for his appreciation and advice. This Text is the 30th contibution of the author to the lae faculty and student community. The author express his profound gratitude to the authors and publishers of the references. The author is thankful to the publishers "Asia Law House, Hyderabad" for bringing out this book in attractive form. Suggestions from the readers for improvement are welcome and will be gratefully acknowledged.


Unit -  I   :  General conceptions and Relevancy of Facts

  • Chapter 1   :  Salient features of the Indian Evidence Act, 1872
  • Chapter 2   :  Interpretation Clause - Definitions
  • Chapter 3   :  Presumption (Presumptio)
  • Chapter 4   :  Relevancy of facts and the doctrine of Res Gestae
  • Chapter 5   :  Motive, preparation and previous or subsequent conduct
  • Chapter 6   :  Conspiracy
  • Chapter 7   :  Facts not otherwise relevant become relevant [Alibi]
  • Chapter 8   :  Damages
  • Chapter 9   :  Right and Custom
  • Chapter 10 :  Facts showing the state of mind, or of body of bidily feeling
  • Chapter 11 :  Facts showing on question whether act was accidential or international
  • Chapter 12 :  Existence of course of business when relevant

Unit - II    :  Admissions, Confessions, Statements and Dying Declarations

  • Chapter 1   :  Admissions
  • Chapter 2   :  Confession
  • Chapter 3   :  Statements by persons who cannot be called as witnesses
  • Chapter 4   :  Dying Declaration
  • Chapter 5   :  Other statements by persons who cannot be called as witness
  • Chapter 6   :  Statrments made Under Special Circumstances

Unit - III   :  Relevance of Judgements, Expert Testing; and Oral and Documentary Evidence

  • Chapter 1   :   General principles about the relevancy of judgement (circumstances under
  •                      which judgements of Courts of Justice are relevant)
  • Chapter 2   :   Expert Testimony : General Principles
  • Chapter 3   :   Relevancy abd Character evidence
  • Chapter 4   :   Facts which need not be proved
  • Chapter 5   :   Oral Rvidevce
  • Chapter 6   :   Documentary Evidence: Primary Evidence and Secondary Evidence
  • Chapter 7   :   Procedure or Mode of Proof of the Execution of a Document
  • Chapter 8   :   Public Documents and Private Documents
  • Chapter 9   :   Presumptions as to documents
  • Chapter 10 :   General Principles regarding Exclusion of Oral by Documentary Evidence
  • Chapter 11  :   Exclusion of Oral Evidence in Case of ambiguous Documents


Unit - IV   :  Burden of Proof (ONUS PROBANDI) and Estoppel

  • Chapter 1   :   General rules [(or) Provisions] of Burden of Proof
  • Chapter 2   :   Specific Rules of Burden of Proof
  • Chapter 3   :   Specific Rules of Burden of Proof in Offences against women
  • Chapter 4   :   The Scope of the Doctrine of Judicial Notice of Presumptions
  • Chapter 5   :    Estoppel


Unit - V    :  Wtness, Examination & Cross Examination

  • Chapter 1   :    Competency to Testify
  • Chapter 2   :    Privileged Communications (Compellability of Witnesses)
  • Chapter 3   :    Testimony of Accomplice
  • Chapter 4   :    Examination of witness
  • Chapter 5   :    How are Witness to unfold their knowledge to
  •                       Court-Examination-in-Cheif, Cross-Examination
  • Chapter 6   :    Leading Question
  • Chapter 7   :    Evidence as To Matters in Writing
  • Chapter 8   :    Questions lawful in cross-examination
  • Chapter 9   :    To protect a witness against inproper cross-examination
  • Chapter 10  :    Exculsion of Evidence to Contradict answers to questions
  •                        testing veracity
  • Chapter 11  :    Hostile Witness (Qusetion by party to his own witness)
  • Chapter 12  :    Impeaching Credit of Witness
  • Chapter 13  :    Corrobrative Evidence
  • Chapter 14  :    Refreshing Memory
  • Chapter 15  :    Production of Documents
  • Chapter 16  :    Power of the Judge to put questions or order Production
  • Chapter 17  :    Improper Admission and Rejection of Evidence in
  •                        Civia and Criminal Cases


Appendices

  • Appendix - A-J
  • Bibliography
  • Subject Index


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