a. lord macaulay
B. sir james f. stephen
d. sir henry summer maine.
a. ordinary rules of reasoning
B. legal rules of evidence
c. rules of logic
d. all the above.
c. neither synonymous nor co-extensive
d. , synonymous & co-extensive both.
a. can be self-serving statements
B. can be self-harming statements
c. can be self-serving or self-harming
d. none of the above.
a. opinion on a matter of fact is relevant but not on a matter of law
B. opinion on a matter of law is relevant but not on a matter of fact
c. opinion on a matter of fact and law both are relevant
d. opinion whether on a matter of fact or law, is irrelevant.
a. proceedings before tribunals
B. proceedings before the arbitrator
c. judicial proceedings in courts
a. lex tallienis
c. lex loci solutionis
d. lex situs.
a. a substantive law
B. an adjective law
c. both (a) & (b)
d. neither (a) nor (b).
a. physical facts
B. psychological facts
c. physical as well as psychological facts
d. only physical facts & not psychological facts.
a. factum probaiidum
B. factum probmis
c. both factuin probaizdum and factum probans
a. fact, existence or non-existence of which is admitted by the parties
B. fact, existence or non-existence of which is disputed by the parties
c. fact existence or non-existence of which is not disputed by the parties
a. ocular evidence
B. documentary evidence
c. ocular and documentary evidence both
d. ocular evidence based on documents only
a. accuracy of the statement and not upon the probability of its existence
B. not upon the accuracy of the statement but upon the probability of its existence
c. artificial probative value assigned to a fact
d. rigid mathematical demonstration.
a. presumption of facts
B. presumptions of law
d. only (b) & not (a).
a. must be legally relevant
B. must be logically relevant
c. must be legally & logically relevant
d. must be legally & logically relevant and admissible.
a. question of law and can be raised at any time
B. question of law but can be raised at the first opportunity
c. question of law which can be waived
d. question of procedure which can be waived.
a. documents improperly procured
B. documents procured by illegal means
a. under section 5 of evidence act
B. under section 6 of evidence act
c. under section 7 of evidence act
d. under section 8 of evidence act.
a. under section 6 of evidence act
B. under section 7 of evidence act
c. under section 8 of evidence act
d. under section 9 of evidence act.
a. ‘motive is relevant
B. preparation is relevant
c. conduct is relevant
a. must be previous
B. must be subsequent
c. may be either previous or subsequent
d. only subsequent & not previous.
a. under section 8 of evidence act
B. under section 9 of evidence act
c. under section 10 of evidence act
d. under section 11 of evidence act.
a. the identification parades of suspects are relevant
B. the identification parades of chattels are relevant
c. both (a) & (b) are relevant
d. only (a) & not (b) is relevant.
a. admissible in evidence
B. not admissible in evidence
c. section 9 of evidence act excludes identification by photo
d. section 8 of evidence act excludes identification by photo.
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