Section 22 of Evidence Act "When oral admissions as to contents of documents are relevant"
Oral admissions as to the contents of a documents are not relevant, unless and until the party proposing to prove them shows that he is entitled to give secondary evidence of the contents of such document under the rules herein after contained, or unless the geniuses of a document produced is in question.
Section 22A of Evidence Act "When oral admission as to
contents of electronic records are relevant"
Oral admissions as to the contents of electronic records are not relevant, unless the genuineness of the electronic record produced is in question.
Section 23 of Evidence Act "Admission in civil cases relevant"
In civil cases no admission is relevant, if it is made either upon an express condition that evidence of it is not to be given, or under circumstances from which the Court can infer that the parties agreed together that evidence of it should both be given.
Explanation Nothing in this section shall be taken to exempt any barrister, pleader attorney or vakil from giving evidence of any matter of which he may be compelled to give evidence under section 126.
When oral admissions as to contents of documents are relevant When oral admission as to contents of electronic records are relevant What is admission in civil cases Section 22, 22A and 23 of Indian Evidence Act 1872
Confession otherwise relevant not to become irrelevant because of promise of secrecy, etc. Consideration of proved confession affecting person making it and others jointly under trial for same offence. Section 29 and 30 of Indian Evidence Act 1872