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    Author(s)Woodroffe and Amir Ali
    PublisherLexis Nexis
    Edition21st Edition
    ISBN9789388548793
    Pages6352
    BindingHardcover
    LanguageEnglish
    Publish YearNovember 2019

    Description

    Lexis Nexis Woodroffe and Amir Ali’s Law of Evidence (Set of 4 Volumes) (21st Edition) by Woodroffe and Amir Ali

    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:
    Covers all aspects and dimensions of law of evidence in India
    Major landmark judgments have been incorporated
    Up to date with current legal position after the publishing of previous edition
    Widely cited in and referred in numerous Supreme Court and High Court judgments
    New to this edition
    Incorporates major judicial and legislative developments after publishing of previous edition
    Contains and discusses in detail the Criminal Law (Amendment) Act, 2018 and Jammu and Kashmir Reorganisation Act, 2019
    Redundant content is deleted to maintain relevance to the subject