April 23, 2024

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Practice Questions on the Indian Evidence Act

Practice Questions on the Indian Evidence Act

1. Palvinder Kaur v. State of Punjab is relevant to:

a. Admission
b. Secondary Evidence
c. Confession
d. Major Question

2. The scenario of Pakala Narayan Swami v. King Emperor is related to:

a. Dying Declaration
b. Cross Evaluation
c. Privileged Communication
d. Doctrine of Estoppel

3. The constitutionality of which area was challenged in the situation of State of UP v. Deoman Upadhyay?

a. Area 28
b. Area 27
c. Portion 26
d. Area 25

4. Queen v. Abdullah is linked to:

a. perform
b. motive
c. admission
d. planning

5. Dying declaration is described in which of the next sections:

a. Segment 27
b. Portion 17
c. Section 32
d. Area 22

6. Can a law enforcement officer record a dying declaration?

a. Sure, but with witnesses around
b. No
c. Of course, but with the consent of the health care provider
d. No, only Magistrates can history this kind of declarations

7. Dying declaration can be produced via:

a. nods
b. phrases only
c. gestures
d. all of the above

8. Which 1 of these is an crucial scenario related to identification parade?

a. Queen Empress v. Abdullah
b. Ram Lochan v. State of West Bengal
c. Ramnathan v. State of TN
d. All of the previously mentioned

9. Area 17 of Indian Proof Act, defines admission as any statement designed-

a. Oral type
b. Documentary kind
c. Digital variety
d. All of the higher than

10. Are excess-judicial confessions allowed less than the IEA?

a. Indeed, but it has a quite weak evidentiary worth
b. No
c. Sure, alongside with other proof
d. No, it is unlawful


  1. c
  2. a
  3. b
  4. a
  5. c
  6. a
  7. d
  8. d
  9. d
  10. a