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Search Results for Tag : Indian Evidence Act


Allahabad HC: Weapon's Discovery on Disclosure Statement of Accused Not Enough to Prove Guilt(11.04.2022)

Allahabad High Court has held the discovery of the material object/crime weapon at the disclosure of the accused is important under Section 27 of the .....

Tags : Allahabad High Court, Section 27 of the Indian Evidence Act, 1872, discovery, weapon

All. HC: S. 106 IEA Not Attracted Unless Initial Burden of Establishing Guilt of Accused Discharged(30.05.2023)

Allahabad High Court has observed that Section 106 of the Indian Evidence Act (IEA) cannot be attracted in a case unless prosecution prima facie disch.....

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SC: Signed Carbon Copy As Good As Original in Evidence(31.10.2019)

Supreme Court has held that signed carbon copy of a document is as good as the original document and can be admissible as a primary evidence under Sec.....

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Ker HC: Onus to Bring Statement Within Ambit of Sec. 32(1) of IEA is on Party Who Wishes to Avail it(31.05.2024)

Ker HC has observed that provisions of Section 32(1) of Indian Evidence Act, 1872 are in nature of an exception and onus of establishing the circumsta.....

Tags : Kerala High Court, Indian Evidence Act, Exceptions

ITAT, Mumbai: Data Retrieved From Pen Drive Can’t be Sole Evidence For Re-Assessment(28.04.2022)

Income Tax Appellate Tribunal, Mumbai has held that the data retrieved from the pen drive seized during the search can’t be a sole basis for re-assess.....

Tags : Income Tax Appellate Tribunal, data retrieved, Income Tax Act, 1961, section 147, section 148, section 65B (4), Indian Evidence Act, 1872

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