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Indian Evidence Act, an act passed by the British Parliament in 1872 that set forth
the rules of evidence admissible in Indian courts and that had far-reachin
consequences for the traditional systems 0 caste government. Since ancient
times, the ...
The text article presents the evidence for considering Indo-Aryan and Iranian as a
single branch of the Indo—European language amily. Indo-Aryan and Iranian are
then exarrtined separately; for each of the two groups the member languages ...
In common-law courts the procedure is “adversary“—i.e., the lawyers for each
side do most of the questioning of witnesses and the presentation of evidence.
Major ref. 5:224d -common law development in England 4:999g -criminal
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