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Section 65B.. Converging on the truth..One last step still remains

Section 65B of Indian Evidence Act came into existence on 17th October 2000 along with the notification of ITA 2000. For all the professionals in the legal circles including the Judges, understanding Section 65B and its necessity was almost impossible. … Continue reading

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Section 65B Certificate is mandatory says Supreme Court once again

We have discussed the Shafhi Mohammad judgement of the Supreme Court in the past through several articles, (Refer: The tragedy of Shafhi Mohammad). The matter had come for review in the case of Arjun Punditrao Vs Kailash Kushanrao and the … Continue reading

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Section 65B Questions answered

On 14th June 2020, we had a well attended webinar organized by the Cyber Society of India, on Section 65B of Indian Evidence Act. During the webinar, I made a brief presentation on the Techno Legal perspective of Electronic Evidence … Continue reading

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Legality of Digital Evidence and Section 65B

Today I will be speaking on Youtube live on Sec 65B of Indian Evidence act. Interested persons can watch the session at www.youtube.com/clue4evidencefoundation From 12pm onwards Topic: Legalities in Admissibility of Digital Evidences Naavi P.S: I presume that the Youtube … Continue reading

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Understanding Section 65B of Indian Evidence Act

Section 65B of Indian Evidence Act has been perhaps the most difficult techno legal concept that was introduced by ITA 2000 (Information Technology Act 2000) which even after 20 years of its existence, is yet to be uniformly understood. The … Continue reading

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Excusing Section 65B certificate has to for the right reasons only…

The Dharwar bench of Karnataka High Court had on 25th October 2019 decided an appeal regarding dissolution of marriage in which certain references have been made to Section 65B of Indian Evidence Act. Hence the case is briefly discussed here. … Continue reading

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