Section 51 Indian Evidence Act 1872


Section 51 Indian Evidence Act 1872 in Hindi and English 

Section 51 Evidence Act 1872 :Grounds of opinion, when relevant -- Whenever the opinion of any living person is relevant, the grounds on which such opinion is based are also relevant.


An expert may give an account of experiments performed by him for the purpose of forming his opinion.

Supreme Court of India Important Judgments And Case Law Related to Section 51 Indian Evidence Act 1872:

Raj Kumar Karwal vs Union Of India And Ors.Withkirpal on 21 March, 1990

Ram Narain vs State Of Uttar Pradesh on 5 April, 1973

Sub-Divisional, Officer,  vs Raja Sri Niwas Prasad Singh on 9 December, 1965

State (Through Cbi/New Delhi) vs S.J. Choudhary on 13 February, 1996

Madan Mohan Singh & Ors vs Rajni Kant & Anr on 13 August, 2010

C.Doddanarayana Reddy(D) By Lrs. vs C.Jayarama Reddy (Dead) By Lr. on 14 February, 2020

State (Through Cbi/New Delhi) vs S.J.Choudhary on 13 February, 1996

Shantinath Ramu Danole & Anr vs Jambu Ramu Danole & Ors on 5 November, 1996

भारतीय साक्ष्य अधिनियम, 1872 की धारा 51 का विवरण :  -  राय के आधार कब सुसंगत हैं -- जब कभी किसी जीवित व्यक्ति की राय सुसंगत है, तब वे आधार भी जिन पर वह आधारित है, सुसंगत है।


कोई विशेषज्ञ अपनी राय बनाने के प्रयोजनार्थ किए हुए प्रयोगों का विवरण दे सकता है।

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