22. A informs B that he had heard from X that Z has committed murder of C. Evidence of B when examined as a witness in court, would be considered as :
(a) Direct evidence
(b) Hearsay evidence
(c) Circumstantial evidence
(d) Expert evidence
Answer and NotesAnswer is B
Explanation: According to section 60 of Indian Evidence Act, 1872 oral evidence must be direct.
S. 59: All facts except the contents of documents/ electronic records MAY BE proved by oral evidnence S. 60: Oral evidence MUST BE DIRECT UPHJS2018: A informs B that he had heard from X that Z has committed murder of C few days ago
Answer and Notes
79. Secondary evidence includes—
(a) certified copies
(b) copies made from or compared with the original,
(c) copies made from the original by mechanical process and copies compared with such copies,
(d) all of above
Answer and NotesAnswer is D
Sandeep : Refer section 63 of the Indian Evidence Act.