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Indian Evidence Act 1872 | Set I

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1. Indian Evidence Act was drafted by
2. The of evidence consists of
3. Relevancy and admissibility under the Indian evidence act are
4. Self-regarding statements
5. Under the of evidence, as a general rule
6. Indian evidence act applies to
7. of evidence is
8. of evidence is
9. Facts can be
10. Under the evidence act, fact means
11. Fact in issue means
12. Evidence under the Indian evidence act means & includes
13. Propositions under evidence act are
I. Affidavit and evidence.
II. Everything produced before the court for inspection is evidence..
III. Anything of which judicial notice can be taken is evidence.
IV. Written statement of an accused is evidence. Which of the following is true is respect of the aforesaid propositions
14. Proof of a fact depends on
15. Standard of proof in
16. Presumption under the of evidence are
17. Proposition under evidence act are
I. Presumptions of facts are always rebuttable
II. Presumption of facts can be either rebuttable or irrebuttable
III. Presumption of are always irrebuttable
IV. Presumption of can be either rebuttable or irrebuttable.

Which is true of the aforesaid propositions

18. Under the of evidence, the relevant fact
19. Relevancy is
20. Question of mod of proof is
21. Which of the following documents are not admissible evidence
22. The facts which form part of the same transaction are relevant
23. A fact forming part of the same transaction is relevant under section 6 of evidence act
24. Several classes of facts, which are connected with the transaction(s) is a particular mode, are relevant
25. Motives of preparation and conduct are relevant
26. Under section 8 of evidence act
27. For conduct to be relevant under section 8 of evidence act, it
28. Facts which are necessary to explain or introduce relevant facts of place, name, date, relationship & identity of parties are relevant
29. Under section 9 of evidence act
30. Identification of a suspect by photo is
31. Things said or done by a conspirator in reference to the common design is relevant
32. A confession made by a conspirator involving other members is relevant against the co-conspirator jointly tried with him and is admissible
33. Alibi is governed by
34. Transaction and instances relating to a right or custom are relevant
35. Section 13 of evidence act applies to
36. Section 13 of evidence act
37. Mode of proof of a custom is contained in
38. section 14 of evidence act makes relevant the facts which show the existence of
39. Under section 14 of evidence act explanation I
40. Previous conviction of a person is relevant under
41. Under section 15 of evidence act, facts showing series of similar occurrences, involving the same person are relevant
42. Admission has been defined as a statement made by a party or any person connected with him, suggesting any inference as to a fact in issue or relevant fact under certain circumstances, under
43. Admissions
44. Admission bind the maker
45. Admissions
46. Admission to be relevant
47. Propositions under evidence act are
I. Statement is a genus, admission is a species & confession is a sub species.
II. Statement & admission are species & confession is a sub species.
III. Statement & admission are genus & confession is a species.
IV. In this context which of the following is correct
48. Admission can be
49. Admissions
50. What is the correct and regards the admissibility of self-regarding statements
51. Persons who can make admissions are mentioned in
52. Admissions by agents are
53. Admissions made by a party are evidence against
54. Which of the following admission is no evidence
55. When the liability of a person who is one of the parties to the suit depends upon the liability of a stranger to the suit, then an admission by the stranger in respect of his liability shall be an admission on the part of that person who is a party to the suit. It has been provided
56. In a reference made over a disputed matter to a third person, the declaration so made by that person shall be an evidence against the party making a reference, by virtue of
57. Communication made ‘without prejudice’ are protected
58. Confession caused by inducement, threat or promise is contained in
59. Section 24 of evidence act applies
60. A confession made to a police officer is inadmissible under
61. A confession to be inadmissible under section 25 of evidence act
62. Which of the following is not given by section 25 of evidence act
63. A retracted confession
64. A confession made by a person while in police custody is in admissible as per
65. A confession made while in police custody is admissible under section 26 of evidence act
66. Section 27 control
67. Section 27 applies to
68. Under section 27 of evidence act, ‘discovery of fact’ includes
69. Section 27 of evidence act applies
70. Under section 27 of evidence act
71. Facts discovered in consequences of joint information
72. Confession of an accused is admissible against the other co-accused
73. Confession of one accused is admissible against co-accused
74. Confession of a co-accused, not required to be on oath and can not be tested by cross-examination
I. Is no evidence within the meaning of section 3 of evidence act and can not be the foundation of a conviction.
II. The only limited use which can be made of a confession of a co-accused is by way of furnishing an additional reason for believing such other evidences as exists
III. It is a very weak type of evidence ad is much weaker even than the evidence of an approver.

In the aforesaid propositions

75. ‘Necessity rule’ as to the admissibility of evidence is contained in
76. Necessity rule as to the admissibility of evidence is applicable, when the maker of statement
77. Under section 32 of evidence act, a statement of a person who is dead, to be admissible
78. The person whose statement is admitted under section 32 of evidence act
79. A dying declaration is admissible
80. A dying declaration
81. A dying declaration to be admissible
82. Declaration is course of business are admissible
83. Declaration as to custom are admissible
84. Under section 32(4) of evidence act, the declaration
85. Opinions of experts are relevant
86. Under section 45 of evidence act, the opinion of expert can be for
87. Under section 45 of evidence act the opinion of expert can be on the question of
88. Opinion of an expert under section 45 of evidence act
89. A disputed handwriting can be proved
90. The res inter alia acta is receivable
91. Entries in the books of accounts regularly kept in the course of business are admissible under section 34 of evidence act
92. when the court has to ascertain the relationship between one person and another, the opinion of any person having special means of knowledge and expressed by conduct is admissible
93. The relationship in section 50 of evidence act means
94. Opinion as to relationship of marriage under section 50 if CPC
95. Proposition under evidence act are
I. In civil cases, character evidence is inadmissible unless the character of a party is a fact in issue.
II. In criminal cases, the evidence of good character is admissible generally.
III. In criminal proceedings, evidence of bad character is inadmissible unless the same is fact in issue.
IV. In criminal proceedings evidence of bad character has been given.
In relation to the above propositions which of the following is correct statement
96. Facts of which the judicial notice is to be taken under section 57 of evidence act
97. List of fact of which the judicial notice has to be taken under section 57 of evidence act
98. Fact which need not be proved by the parties include
99. The court may in its discretion call for proving the fact
100. Oral evidence under section 60 of evidence act may be
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