Question is compulsory to stop out of the remaining attempt any five questions.



1) What do you mean by fact? Discuss the fact in issue and relevant facts as per the provisions of Indian Evidence Act

>>>> Meaning of Fact and the concept of fact in Issue

>>>>  Evidence may be given of fact in issue and of relevant facts

>>>>  Distinction Between Facts in Issue and relevant Facts

2) Explain the terms " confession and admission" and their importance in the court proceedings. Also, support the answer with relevant cases.



3) "Even this statement of the person who cannot be called as witness are relevant under law." Comment on the statement with the reference to Indian Evidence Act.

>>>> What is Dying Declaration

4)  Elaborate the term "leading Questions". In what circumstances leading question may be put to a witness



5) Explain the provision relating to estoppel under the Indian Evidence Act

>>>> Meaning, Definition and Kinds of Estoppel

>>>> Difference Between an Admissions and Estoppel

>>> The Doctrine of 'Estoppel under the Law of Evidence'

6) Attempt the following

A) Proof always carries the burden

B) Examination in chief and cross-examination

7) State whether Court can rely on accomplice as a competent witness? Support your answer with decided cases on such competency as a witness.

>>>> Meaning, Definition and Kinds of Accomplice

>>>>  Is Accomplice Competent Witness?

8)  Is it true certain communications are privileged? Elucidate this concept of privilege with reference to relevant provisions under the Evidence Act.

9) Write short notes on any two -


a) Opinion of experts

b) Plea of Alibi

c) Primary and Secondary Evidence

>>>> Secondary Evidence: Circumstances under which Secondary Evidence is permissible

>>>> Difference between Primary Evidence and Secondary Evidence


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