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Punjab University LLB Important Questions Subject Intellectual Law of Evidence

Punjab University LLB Important Questions Subject Intellectual Law Of Evidence

1. Who is competence to testify in law – can the following be competent witnesses person competent witnesses-Lunatic-Dumb-Deaf –A/7–A/6—A/9

2. Privileged Communication –A7–A/6

3. Scope and Extent of Protection to a witness from answering incriminating questions-A/7—A/8–A/11

4. An accomplice is unworthy of credit unless he is corroborated on material particulars of his statement–A7/S6

5. Explain relevant fact – what facts not otherwise relevant become relevant –A7—A/10

6. What is meant by identification parade- hoe held ––A7–S/5

7. Detail note on Doctrine of Estoppels’-examples -–A7–A/5

8. Define Admission – in what circumstances an admission can be proved by on behalf of the person making it- –A7—-A/10A/6—A/8 Admission cannot be proved on behalf of the maker-comment any exception to this rule–A/5—A/9

9. Exception of Hearsay Evidence-–A7- Hearsay evidence is no evidence—S/6–S/5

10. Who is an Expert- when are opinion of third person relevant–A7–A/6

11. Describe the etiquettes and characteristics of legal profession-–A7–A/6

12. Qualities of god Advocate-–A7—A/8

13. Under what circumstances court can interfere with cross examination of witness- S/6–A/8—A/9

14. Primary and Secondary evidence- what circumstances Secondary evidence admissible S/6—S/7

15. Judicial and Extra judicial Confession – Difference between Admission and Confession- S/6—S/7—A/8-A/11

16. Modes of Proving Handwriting – S/6–S/5

17. Facts which though relevant need not to be proved — S/6

18. Burden of Proof-on whom it lies in civil and criminal proceedings– S/6—A/11–S/5Burden of proof shift to accused , in what circumstances–A/5—A/9—A/10

19. Note- Examination in Chief – Facts in Issue- Leading Questions — S/6

20. What are Rights and Duties of an Advocate– S/6–S/5—S/7—A/9—A/10A/11

21. Qualities of good Advocate– S/6–A/6

22. Modes of impeaching credit of witness–A/6

23. How witness may refresh his memory – Rights of opposite party–A/6—S/7—A/11

24. Documentary evidence exclude oral evidence – reference to relevant law–A/6–S/5 –S/7

25. What is JUDICAL NOTICE-Facts court can take Judicial Notice –A/6–S/5—A10—A/11

26. Leading question –who can ask – party can ask to its own witness–A/6

27. Can evidence of bad character of accused be given in criminal cases? how far character of party is relevant in civil cases—A/6-what is character –A/5—A/8

28. Difference between Admission and Confession- what circumstances confession of an accused person in the custody of a police is admissible in evidence–S/5–A/5—S/7

29. Note- Estoppels –examination in Chief-Document –Fact in issue–S/5

30. Term Hostile Witness- can a party calling the witness cross-examination him and for what purpose–S/5—S/7-can he be crossed examined by the party calling him—evidentiary vale of his statement –A/11

31. General principles of legal ethics–S/5

32. Difference in “Judgment in Rem”-“Judgment in Personum”—examples –A/5

33. An accomplice is unworthy of credit–A/5—A/11

34. Note: Privileged Communication—A/8 – FACTS IN ISSUE–Leading Question-Ancient Document-Admission–A/5—S/7—Professional Communication

35. Credit of witness impeached-reference to qanun-e-shahadat–A/5

36. In certain circumstances facts not otherwise relevant become relevant —A/5-A/11

37. What do you understand by professional misconduct of lawyers-who can take action and to what extent –A/5—S/07—A/8—A/9–A/11

38. Protection given to professional communication between lawyer and client–A/5

39. Plea of alibi

40. What is dying declaration and how it is recorded –what is evidentiary value—S/7

41. Define Public and private Document —how a public document can be proved –S/7—A/9—A/10

42. circumstances in which judgments of court are considered relevant in evidence—A/8

43. All relevant facts are not admissible but all admissible facts are relevant –A/8-A/9—A/10

44. judicial notice- facts of which court can take judicial notice—A/9

45. Explain Retracted Confession—A/9

46. short note—hostile witness-fact in issue-document-expert—A/9evidence obtained by modern devices—A/10—examination in chief—A/11

47. how would contradict the statement of a witness made in court by proving his previous statement – under which Article –A/9—A10

48. how many witnesses are required to prove any fact – discuss with reference to QSH1984—A

49. oral evidence must be direct-A/10

50. All persons are competent to testify-exception to general rule—A/11

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