What is Evidence may be given of facts in issue and relevant facts? Section 5 of Indian Evidence Act 1872

Evidence may be given of facts in issue and relevant facts is defined under Section 5 of Indian Evidence Act 1872. Provision under this section is:

Section 5 of Evidence Act "Evidence may be given of facts in issue and relevant facts"

 

Evidence may be given in any suit or proceeding of the existence or non-existence of every fact in issue and of such other facts as are hereinafter declared to be relevant, and of no others.

Explanation?This section shall not enable any person to give evidence of a fact which he is disentitled to prove by any provision of the law for the time being in force relating to Civil Procedure10

Illustrations

A is tried for the murder of B by beating him with a club with the intention of causing his death.
At A?s trial the following facts are in issue:-
A?s beating B with the club;
A's causing B's death by such beating;
A?s intention to cause B?s death.

(b) A suitor does not bring with him, and have in readiness for production at the first hearing of the case, a bond on which he relies. This section does not enable him to produce the bond or prove its contents at a subsequent stage of he proceedings, otherwise than in accordance with the conditions prescribed by the Code of Civil Producer

What is Interpretation clause? Section 3 of Indian Evidence Act 1872

What is May presume? Section 4 of Indian Evidence Act 1872

What is Evidence may be given of facts in issue and relevant facts? Section 5 of Indian Evidence Act 1872

What is Relevancy of facts forming part of same transaction? Section 6 of Indian Evidence Act 1872

What is Facts which are the occasion, cause or effect of facts in issue? Section 7 of Indian Evidence Act 1872

Motive, preparation and previous or subsequent conduct? Section 8 of Indian Evidence Act 1872

What is Facts necessary to explain or introduce relevant facts? Section 9 of Indian Evidence Act 1872

What is Things said or done by conspirator in reference to common design? Section 10 of Indian Evidence Act 1872

 

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