Documentary Evidence in Indian Evidence Act

Documentary evidence in the Indian Evidence Act refers to any material object that is presented to a court or tribunal as proof of a fact. It may include physical objects such as contracts, invoices, receipts, photographs, videos, audio recordings, emails, text messages and other types of written or recorded material.
Documentary evidence in the Indian Evidence Act refers to any material object that is presented to a court or tribunal as proof of a fact. It may include physical objects such as contracts, invoices, receipts, photographs, videos, audio recordings, emails, text messages and other types of written or recorded material.
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Documentary evidence in the Indian Evidence Act refers to any material object that is presented to a court or tribunal as proof of a fact. It may include physical objects such as contracts, invoices, receipts, photographs, videos, audio recordings, emails, text messages and other types of written or recorded material.


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