Burden of Proof under Indian Evidence Act 1872

The term 'Burden of Proof' means when a person states something and considers it to be fact he or she needs to prove the statement made by him. This is an important concept integrated in the Indian Evidence Act, 1872.
The term 'Burden of Proof' means when a person states something and considers it to be fact he or she needs to prove the statement made by him. This is an important concept integrated in the Indian Evidence Act, 1872.
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The term 'Burden of Proof' means when a person states something and considers it to be fact he or she needs to prove the statement made by him. This is an important concept integrated in the Indian Evidence Act, 1872.


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