INTER-RELATION OF SECTION 6 & SECTION 32 OF INDIAN EVIDENCE ACT: ANALYTICAL STUDY
By Praneetha Mangu
The following research article provides for the in-depth description of Section 6 and Section 32 of the Indian Evidence Act 1872. Section 6 and Section 32 of the Indian Evidence Act are sections which lay down two different principles. Section 6 states that hearsay proof is permissible if certain conditions are satisfied and includes those acts that speak for themselves, whereas Section 32 states that hearsay proof is not permissible. Rather there shall be a document, or any person concerned to give the evidence in case of the death or disability of the actual person who was supposed to give evidence.
Keywords: evidence, hearsay proof, permissible, document, death, or disability.
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