Section 123 Indian Evidence Act 1872

 

Section 123 Indian Evidence Act 1872 in Hindi and English 



Section 123 Evidence Act 1872 :Evidence as to affairs of State - No one shall be permitted to give any evidence derived from unpublished official records relating to any affairs of State, except with the permission of the officer at the head of the department concerned, who shall give or withhold such permission as he thinks fit.



Supreme Court of India Important Judgments And Case Law Related to Section 123 Indian Evidence Act 1872:

The State Of Punjab vs Sodhi Sukhdev Singh on 15 November, 1960

S.P. Gupta vs Union Of India & Anr on 30 December, 1981

S.P. Gupta vs President Of India And Ors. on 30 December, 1981

State Of U.P vs Raj Narain & Ors on 24 January, 1975

S.R. Bommai vs Union Of India on 11 March, 1994

S.R. Bommai vs Union Of India on 11 March, 1994

Ziyauddin Burhanuddin Bukhari vs Brijmohan Ramdass Mehra & Ors on 25 April, 1975

S.R. Bommai And Others Etc. Etc. vs Union Of India And Others Etc. Etc. on 11 March, 1994

Kanti Prasad Jayshanker Yagnik vs Purshottamdas Ranchhoddas Patel on 24 January, 1969

Additional District Magistrate, vs S. S. Shukla Etc. Etc on 28 April, 1976



भारतीय साक्ष्य अधिनियम, 1872 की धारा 123 का विवरण :  -  राज्य के कार्यकलापों के बारे में साक्ष्य -- कोई भी व्यक्ति राज्य के किसी भी कार्यकलापों से संबंधित अप्रकाशित शासकीय अभिलेखों से व्युत्पन्न कोई भी साक्ष्य देने के लिए अनुज्ञात न किया जाएगा, सिवाय सम्पृक्त विभाग के प्रमुख ऑफिसर की अनुज्ञा के जो ऐसी अनुज्ञा देगा या उसे विधारित करेगा, जैसा करना वह ठीक समझे।


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