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Report No. 185

28. Amendment section 45 .-

In section 45 of the principal Act, for the portion beginning with the words "When the court has to form an opinion" and ending with the words "Such persons are called experts" the following shall be substituted, namely:-

"When the Court has to form an opinion upon a point of foreign law, or of science or art, or as to the identity of handwriting, or finger impressions or, footprints or, palm impressions or typewriting or usage of trade or technical terms or identity of persons or animals, the opinions, upon that point, of persons specially skilled in such foreign law, science or art, or as to the identity of handwriting, finger impressions, footprints, palm impressions, typewriting, usage of trade, technical terms or identity of persons or animals, as the case may be, are relevant facts. Such persons are called 'experts'."



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