Judgments of courts are admissible in evidence under the provisions of sections 40, 41 & 42 of the Evidence Act.

State Of Bihar vs Radha Krishna Singh & Ors

Bihar HC

20/04/1983

1983 AIR 684 : 1983 SCR (2) 808 : 1983 SCC (3) 118 : 1983 SCALE (1)789

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Judgments of courts are admissible in evidence under the provisions of sections 40, 41 & 42 of the Evidence Act. Section 43 provides that those judgments which do not fall within the four corners of sections 40 to 42 are inadmissible unless the existence of such judgment, order or decree is itself a fact in issue or a relevant fact under some other provisions of Evidence Act.

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