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( bytes). Evidence Act. Chapter Laws of the Federation of Nigeria Arrangement of Sections. Part I. Preliminary. Short title and interpretation. About this republication. The republished law. This is a republication of the Evidence Act (including any amendment made under the. Legislation Act , part (Editorial changes)) as in force on 26 April It also includes any commencement, amendment, repeal or expiry affecting this republished law to. PART I. Competency of Witnesses. 2. No person offered as a witness shall be excluded, by Removalof reason of incapacity from crime or interest, fiom giving to testify evidence either in person or bjl deposition, according to the from practice of the cbrt, on the trial of any issue joined, or of any ~~~~~~~r matter or question or.
Operation of other Acts 8A. Offences against Act—application of Criminal Code etc 9. Application of common law and equity Parliamentary privilege preserved General powers of a court CHAPTER GIVING AND PRESENTING EVIDENCE PART WITNESSES Division Competence and compellability of. 17 Nov This paper reviews the provisions of the Evidence Act, on Electronically Stored Information (ESI) and, Electronically Generated Evidence (EGE). It discusse. Full advanced text search, for sections and ce Act , Laws of the Federation of Act repeals the Evidence Act, Cap. E14, Laws of the Federation of Nigeria, and enacts a new Evidence Act, which shall apply to all judicial proceedings in or before Courts in Nigeria; and for related matters.
LAWS OF KENYA. EVIDENCE ACT. CHAPTER Revised Edition . Published by the National Council for Law Reporting with the Authority of the Attorney-General 3 Jun This Act repeals the Evidence Act, Cap. E14, Laws of the Federation of Nigeria, and enacts a new Evidence Act, which applies to all judicial proceedings in or before Courts in Nigeria. THE EVIDENCE ACT – A REVIEW. The recent decision by the President of Nigeria to sign into law the newer version to the, needless to say, archaic Evidence Act, is indeed a welcome development. The previous Evidence Act, often described by numerous legal commentators as embarrassing, was replete with.