Woodroffe and Amir Ali is a highly acclaimed and authoritative section-wise commentary on the Indian Evidence Act, 1872 providing updated and detailed analysis of its provisions. The Law of evidence occupies an important role in effective functioning of the judicial system as the existence of substantive rights can only be established by relevant and admissible evidence. Over the years, the Courts through judicial precedents and diverse case law have enriched the field of the law of evidence.Key Features
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