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Admissibility & Evidentiary Value of Electronic Records
This need to change has been very well recognized by the courts as well as the legislature in India.
India
12 Jul 2019
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Admissibility Of Electronic Evidence Under The Indian Evidence Act, 1872
The Supreme Court of India, in a path breaking dynamic judgment, ( Shafhi Mohammad Vs. The State Of Himachal Pradesh SLP (Crl.)No.2302 of 2017) , has rationalized the law relating to the admissibility...
India
4 Jul 2018
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Power Of Attorneys Executed Out Of India - Requirement Of Notarization & Evidentiary Value Before Courts Of India
Under the Indian laws, any power of attorney executed outside India needs authentication, as it is a requirement that a power of attorney has to be executed in the presence of certain designated officers.
India
26 Apr 2017
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