Section 142 Indian Evidence Act 1872


Section 142 Indian Evidence Act 1872 in Hindi and English 

Section 142 Evidence Act 1872 :When they must not be asked -- Leading questions must not, if objected to by the adverse party, be asked in an examination-in-chief, or in a re-examination, except with the permission of the Court.

The Court shall permit leading questions as to matters which are introductory or undisputed, or which have, in its opinion, been already sufficiently proved.

Supreme Court of India Important Judgments And Case Law Related to Section 142 Indian Evidence Act 1872:

Varkey Joseph vs State Of Kerala, Represented on 27 April, 1993

Sat Pal vs Delhi Administration on 29 September, 1975

M. P. Sharma And Others vs Satish Chandra, District on 15 March, 1954

M.P. Sharma And Ors. vs Satish Chandra, District on 15 March, 1954

Masalti vs State Of U.P. on 4 May, 1964

Shamshul Kanwar vs State Of U.P on 4 May, 1995

Swamy Shraddananda @ Murali vs State Of Karnataka on 18 May, 2007

Masalti vs State Of U. P on 4 May, 1964

Gura Singh vs The State Of Rajasthan on 6 December, 2000

Dharnidhar vs State Of U.P. & Ors on 8 July, 2010

भारतीय साक्ष्य अधिनियम, 1872 की धारा 142 का विवरण :  -  उन्हें कब नहीं पूछना चाहिए -- सूचक प्रश्न मुख्य परीक्षा में या पुनःपरीक्षा में, यदि विरोधी पक्षकार द्वारा आक्षेप किया जाता है, न्यायालय की अनुज्ञा के बिना नहीं पूछे जाने चाहिए

न्यायालय उन बातों के बारे में, जो पुनः स्थापना के रूप में या निर्विवाद हैं या जो उसकी राय में पहले से ही पर्याप्त रूप से साबित हो चुके हैं, सूचक प्रश्नों के लिए अनुज्ञा देगा।

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