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False accusing that took money

Person 'A' says i gave money to this Person 'B'. But Person 'A' did not gave , person 'A' is lying. Person 'A' brings evidence/witness that he did gave money to Person 'B'. 

Questions:- 

1. How Person'B' proves that he did not took money?

2. How Person'A' witnesses can be proved false? Lie detector can be used against them?

3.Bank statements of Person A can prove anything?



 5 Replies

Adv Archana Deshmukh (Practicing Advocate)     26 August 2013

It depends upon the overall facts and circumstances of the case. A skillful cross-examination of A and his witnesses by B's advocate can expose him.

Shantilal Pandya ( Advocate)     26 August 2013

It is for A to prove payment of money (for  discharging debt or advance  or for any other conceavable purpose?)  the evidence to prove a fact is of three kinds . 1 Oral evidence 2 Documentary evidence  and 3 Circumstancial evidence Last two kinds of evidence are more weighty than 1st, for proving  , disproving or not proving a fact  requires help  of  a   competent lawyer to handle the  legal  proceedings you should go for it , It is better if imaginary query is not put forward for advice.

Legal Fighter (Advocate)     26 August 2013

in cross examination, ask in what mode (cheque or cash) the payment was given. if it was cash, ask for source of those funds. also if amount is more than 20k, income tax act states that it must be by cheque.. so cite this before judge.

Legal Fighter (Advocate)     26 August 2013

in cross examination, ask in what mode (cheque or cash) the payment was given. if it was cash, ask for source of those funds. also if amount is more than 20k, income tax act states that it must be by cheque.. so cite this before judge.


(Guest)

they are admitting that it is cash given in portions which is totalling upto 10 lakhs. ????


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