First published in 1913, this legal classic has held sway for the last several decades. Sarkar’s commentary on the Indian Evidence Act illustrates and explains the provisions of the Act in a lucid, comprehensive and systematic manner. Widely quoted in judgments of the Supreme Court as well as various High Courts, this legal classic is the most valuable resource on the subject. It is the most acclaimed and authoritative section wise commentary on the subject that traces and incorporates all judicial and legislative developments in India as well as common law jurisdictions such as Bangladesh, Singapore and Pakistan. The book is a standard reference for judges, advocates, law firms, judicial academies, police training academies, institutional libraries, students, teachers and researchers.
• Covers emerging issues as well as latest legislative developments
• Includes important developments, especially in the area of evidence of electronic records, decisions relating to use of DNA for establishing or non-establishing the paternity a child and for other purposes and different paradigms of application of settled principles of law of evidence to different factual matrix
• Contains critical appraisal of judgments of Indian Courts that have led to the change and development in the legal position
• Critically examines the provisions relating to Evidence law not only in India but also in the countries like United Kingdom, Malaysia, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Burma and Ceylon