Section 131 in Indian Evidence Act 1872

Title: Production of documents or electronic records which another person having possession could refuse to produce

Description: 1[131. Production of documents or electronic records which another person, having possession, could refuse to produce. -- No one shall be compelled to produce documents in his possession or electronic records under his control, which any other person would be entitled to refuse to produce if they were in his possession or control, unless such last-mentioned person consents to their production.] 1. Subs. by Act 21 of 2000, s. 92 and the Second Schedule, for "Section 131" (17-10-2000).

Title: Witness not excused from answering on ground that answer will criminate

Description: A witness shall not be excused from answering any question as to any matter relevant to the matter in issue in any suit or in any civil or criminal proceeding, upon the ground that the answer to such question will criminate, or may tend directly or indirectly to criminate, such witness, or that it will expose, or tend directly or indirectly to expose, such witness to a penalty or forfeiture of any kind: Proviso. -- Provided that no such answer, which a witness shall be compelled to give, shall subject him to any arrest or prosecution, or be proved against him in any criminal proceeding, except a prosecution for giving false evidence by such answer.

Title: Accomplice

Description: An accomplice shall be a competent witness against an accused person; and a conviction is not illegal merely because it proceeds upon the uncorroborated testimony of an accomplice.

Title: Number of witnesses

Description: No particular number of witnesses shall in any case be required for the proof of any fact.

Title: Order of production and examination of witnesses

Description: The order in which witnesses are produced and examined shall be regulated by the law and practice for the time being relating to civil and criminal procedure respectively, and, in the absence of any such law, by the discretion of the Court.