Non-Production of Certificate under section 65B of Evidence Act is a Curable Defect

Virender Partap Negi Vs Union of India & Anr

Himachal Pradesh HC


RSA No. 84 of 2007

About/from the judgment:

Evidence Act, 1872 - S. 65B - Whether the document can be relied in evidence, which is prepared in electronic machine, without required certificate as per the provisions of the Information and Technology Act, 2000 - Whether the documents which are, electronic record, is required to be proved as per the provisions of Section 65B of the Indian Evidence Act? Discussed.


Evidence Act, 1872 - S. 65B - Non-production of the certificate under Section 65B of the Indian Evidence Act on an earlier occasion is a curable defect, which stands cured at the time of marking of the documents as the defendant never ever objected to the exhibiting / marking of the same during the course of trial.

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