This part lays down some preliminary aspects that need to be kept in mind while dealing with the Indian Evidence Act.
This part of the Act deals with admissions and confessions by witnesses and the accused. It gives out important definitions and sets out the methods and procedure to determine relevancy of these admissions and confessions.
This part lays down the conditions under which a statement made by a person who is not before the court as a witness may be read and also the manner in which they shall be read.
This part speaks about the relevance and effect of statements that are recorded or made not before the Court of Law but under some other special circumstances.
This part states that in cases wherein a particular part of a bigger section is relevant, then how much of the section shall be produced and proved to prove the relevant evidence.
This part states about the judgements, orders, decrees, etc. This part states as to how flaws in the above mentioned documents shall be produced and what shall be their relevance.
This part as the name suggests lays down the conditions wherein the opinions of a person not a party to the case shall be relevant and the manner in which they shall be read in the Court of Law.
This part lays down the conditions in which the character/ nature/ behaviour of a person shall be a relevant matter and thus evidence in that regard can be presented.