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Filing of written statement after 90 days

  K Rajasekharan    18 February 2020 at 16:26

Written Statement, Filing of Written Statement, Code of Civil Procedure, Supreme Court, Order VIII Rule 1, Order VIII, Rule 10 ..


Posted in Civil Law  2 comments |   1249 Views


Acquittal of the Accused before Defence Evidence

  K Rajasekharan    07 February 2020 at 15:17

Indian Evidence Act, Evidence, Criminal Procedure Code (CrPC), Acquittal under Section 232, Examination of the accused, Acquittal under Section 232 CrPC ..


Posted in Criminal Law  4 comments |   932 Views


Discharge of an Accused in a Criminal Case

  K Rajasekharan    27 January 2020 at 11:02

Discharge of accused, Section 227 of the Criminal Procedure Code (CrPC),Section 239 of the Criminal Procedure. Section 245 of the Criminal Procedure Code, Difference between acquittal and discharge, Criminal case ..


Posted in Criminal Law  5 comments |   1889 Views


All About Framing a Charge in a Criminal Case, an Important Skill!

  K Rajasekharan    22 January 2020 at 17:34

Framing of charges, Trial, Criminal cases, Criminal Procedure Code (CrPC), Sections 211 - 214 of the Criminal Procedure Code, written notice ..


Posted in Criminal Law  3 comments |   1485 Views


Everything About Indian Citizenship and Related Laws (CAB+) - Explained!

  K Rajasekharan    17 January 2020 at 11:37

Everything About Indian Citizenship and Related Laws (CAB+) - Explained! ..


Posted in Constitutional Law  4 comments |   876 Views


Proving an 'Old/Ancient Will' and 'Presumption' in Such Cases!

  K Rajasekharan    09 January 2020 at 17:40

Execution and attestation of WillA Will, as per Section 63 of the Indian Succession Act, 1925 (ISA), requires to be attested by two or more witnesses. Each of the witnesses must have either seen the testator sign or affix his mark to the Will, or giv ..


Posted in Civil Law  2 comments |   646 Views


Are 'Electronic Records' Admissible in the Court of Law? (S.65 B IEA, 1872)

  K Rajasekharan    08 January 2020 at 12:50

What the Section 65B statesThe Section 65B of the Indian Evidence Act, 1872 (IEA) states that the information contained in an electronic record which is printed or copied as computer output would be treated as a document without further proof or prod ..


Posted in Others  3 comments |   880 Views


Public & Private Documents in Evidence

  K Rajasekharan    18 December 2019 at 10:41

A document is a material substance on which any matter or thought is expressed by means of letters, figures or marks, either singly or in combination, for the purpose of recording them. ..


Posted in Others  2 comments |   2953 Views


Contradiction & Omission in Cross Examination

  K Rajasekharan    15 November 2019 at 12:44

IntroductionContradictions between two statements of a witness play a crucial role in deciding the fate of a criminal case or trial. Contradictions can be categorised into two: direct contradictions and contradictions by omissions. Making some sort o ..


Posted in Criminal Law  2 comments |   2708 Views


Admissibility of Electronic Evidence in Courts

  K Rajasekharan    16 September 2019 at 13:47

IntroductionElectronic and information technologies have been making unprecedented inroads into the way we live in and the way we carry out our transactions in every sphere. This phenomenon in turn makes revolutionary changes in the way evidence is b ..


Posted in Others  8 comments |   2259 Views


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