|1)||Relevancy is based on logic and probability
||Admissibility is not based on logic but on strict rules of law.|
|2)||The rules of relevancy are described from Section 5 to Section 55 of
Evidence Act, 1872.
||The rules of admissibility is described after Section 56 of Evidence Act, 1872.|
|3)||The rules of relevancy declare what is relevant.
||The rule of admissibility declares whether certain type of relevant evidence are admissible or are to be excluded.|
|4)||Under Evidence Act the rules of relevancy means where evidence are
||Admissibility is means and of modes for admissibility of relevant Evidence.|
|5)||The facts which are relevant may not be necessarily admissible.
||The facts which are admissible are necessarily relevant.|
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