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Report No. 185

8. Amendment of section 13.-

In section 13 of the principal Act, after clause (b) and before the Illustration the following Explanations shall be inserted, namely:-

"Explanation I.- A previous legal proceeding, whether it was or was not between the same parties or their privies, may be relevant as a transaction or instance, within the meaning of the section; and when a legal proceeding so becomes relevant under this section, a judgment or order delivered in that proceeding is admissible as evidence of such legal proceeding; findings of fact but not the reasons therefor contained in such a judgment or order are relevant; but nothing in this Explanation shall affect the relevance of a judgment or order under any other section.

Explanation II.- Recitals in documents which are or not between the same parties or their privies, including recitals regarding boundaries of immovable property are relevant in a legal proceeding."

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