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Law of Evidence - November/December 2009 5YDC

Question Type Question  
Long Define may presume, shall presume and conclusive proof. Give suitable illustrations.
Long Explain how the doctrine of Res Gestae has been borrowed from English law and incorporated in Section 6 of the Evidence Act.
Long Define admission. Who can make admissions? When can admissions be proved in favour of a person who makes them?
Long Define admission. Who can make admissions? When can admissions be proved in favour of a person who makes them?
Long Statements by persons who cannot be called as witnesses - In what circumstances are they relevant?
Long What is Hearsay Evidence? Why hearsay evidence is excluded? State the exceptions to the rule that hearsay evidence is no evidence.
Long Explain the General Principles regarding the exclusion of oral by documentary evidence.
Long Discuss the nature and scope of presumptions that can be raised by the courts under sections 113A, 113B and 114A of the Evidence Act.
Long Explain the doctrine of Estoppel. Write the essential conditions that have to be satisfied for the application of the doctrine of estoppel.
Long Who is an accomplice? Explain the need for corroboration in case of the evidence of accomplice.
Long Discuss the scope and purpose of cross-examination of witnesses. Can a party cross-examine his own witness?
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