What is “admission” and “admission by party to proceeding or his agent” under the Indian Evidence Act, 1872?

Admission is a conscious and deliberate act and not something that could be inferred. An admission could be a positive act of acknowledgement or confession. To constitute an admission, one of the requirements is a voluntary acknowledgement through a statement of the existence of certain facts during the judicial or quasi-judicial proceedings, which conclude as true or valid the allegations made in the proceedings or in the notice

Category: Indian Evidence Act 1872   Posted on: March 10, 2024