When can a party lead secondary evidence under Section 65 of the Indian Evidence Act? Supreme Court explains

Supreme Court
Supreme Court

For secondary evidence as regards a document to be adduced, foundational evidence has to be given regarding why the original document, or the primary evidence, is not produced, the Supreme Court reiterated on Wednesday. (Jagmail Singh vs Karamjit Singh)

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