Dying Declaration Section 32(1) of the Indian Evidence Act, 1872.

Vikram Singh Nehra


The dying declaration is called as “Leterm Mortem” which means “words said before death” and in a legal term it is called ‘Dying Declaration’.  Recording of dying declaration is very important task.  Utmost care is to be taken while recording a dying declaration.  If a dying declaration is recorded carefully by the competent person, keeping in mind the essentials ingredients of the dying declaration, such declaration retains its full evidentiary value.  This project highlights those questions, which have a more value in legal field relating to dying declaration.  This research tells about those statements which converted into dying declaration, different forms of dying declaration, which are admissible by law and what are the exceptions of it?

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