Law of Evidence – Notes, Case Laws and Study Material
Legal Bites brings you the comprehensive study material on the Law of Evidence. The corpus juris or body of laws is generally divided into two types of laws- Substantive laws and Adjective laws. Simply put, substantive laws are those laws which define certain rights and liabilities, and adjective laws are those which facilitate the realization of those rights and liabilities. Adjective laws are further divided into procedural laws and laws of Evidence.
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