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EVIDENCE ACT

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1    The Indian Evidence Act came into force on:
(a)    September 1, 1872
(b)    October 1, 1972
(c)    November 1, 1872
(d)    None of the above.
2    Section and Chapters in the Indian Evidence Act, 1872 are:
(a)    164 Section and 10 Chapters
(b)    167 Section and 11 Chapters
(c)    177 Section and 11 Chapters
(d)    162 Section and 10 Chapters.
3    Indian Evidence Act applies to:
(a)    Proceedings before tribunals
(b)    Proceedings before the arbitrator
(c)    Judicial proceedings in courts.
(d)    None.
4    A statement made on an Affidavit:
(a)    Is evidence
(b)    Is not an evidence
(c)    Could be evidence if the court orders.
(d)    Both (b) and (c).
5    The facts are:
(a)    Physical only
(b)    Physical as well as psychological
(c)    Positive and negative
(d)    Both (b) and (c).

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Ans.    1. (a)    2.  (b)         3. (c)         4. (d)       5.(d)

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