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IME QARUI-E-SrANiAW A ORDER, 1984 16 NON OF THE COURT ? ‘SION 1 Re uDE 4 queshon is 8 qu=s)or cna mani vows a hint as weelly Onindirecty (ie sy v nine exernn -s to elicit from ine 2ort, itis a:suggest sinouge it-ser¥ adverse parly . : ination: Butsomewnes © sue Ww serve the vars, ong the witness, Jon and re-exa4N Or © points that ano oud why leading Wwe notbe allowed iy cies won afe'ss aide 2 EFT 36 defines a leading question se “Any question ong the answer wt putting it wishes'o: expe 10 receive is called a question’, 3. SATION wines Is caliee cr 2st ally asso. 4 A leading ine 38K9d,-Did youace 3 us ahh) Stine A ING TO TAYLO® Questions are ouesticn the answer e mboayinng i anew 2 by a simple ative.raply 6 6. SDING TO BANTHEN 5. .g Question is one when ) swivates to the witness je eal or supposed. fact caminer expects anu des in have confirmed b- swer” 8: © /ANT PROVISIONS 36 10 138 of Oa: e st Onder 4984 ine subject of 7. TES) OF LEADING QUES).0N of aleading question Is, whether an answer te by or NO* would bees ong. pon the: matter in issu5. 6: 8, SEW SAL RULES +) RULE ONE: Leauing questions may be asked in cioss-~ IV. HELPING MEMORY: Leading questions are also allow memory of a witness where ‘e has on account of ilIness, or iliteracy; or ald age: or iting Fehr other catise abnavestly ‘Stnatten’a fact or na tempts to recall it to » by ordinary questions he v. STILE WITNESS: Whe" 3 witness becomes hos 8G him, feading questions may be allowed by’ th curt can only give permission the party calling eruests, Vi. COMPLICATED MATTER: Sometimes a witness may ( 0 the complex nature of the case In such a ase, leadir allowed whenever the witnags is Unable to answer th min the regular way © may be one ‘its thy ‘ole obieat to clarify the 55 19 tho mind of wi 10. DISCRETION OF THE COUR’ The © hen a8 exhaustiy always a wel may oilow leading qu whenever it o- necessary m'the interest of uistice 44. CONC! Sion From discussion nuded that leading dt not only to che racily oF credit ey eee of witness b. his testimon de states 1 { leading questions, thi examination achiever adi ousstion which 105) 6 the ading would tions nton ty of help der due may put Ker ANS with prot EWE QANUN: wath", its impo! Gui) be Judged by the ‘ometimes the 5 permission frei" tie C ut leaaung qui own witness, vestions se 3 otis the, but-also with the sating before it, Doing jusuce with ine witnesses uns, giving full witnesses against (he erie: ous powers of the cio== amines, AS itis Sears great importance K auspansation of Justic uus connection, at Order has prev icisd c& jn creeks on the uit 8 of cross- 1G OF CROSS-EXAWINA |1On examination-in-ciiwci 0! 288 the panty whom he was Court, then exaniines fir xamination | ponent party is sination as said, “tise s evar in ve discovery of ANT PROVISIONS 13 to 149 Qanun-e- Shae » the subject of lettered powers of /oss- nan ver \S ONUNFETTERED POWERS amination has 4 wide) svope a8 Comparéa (het modes of nIngss, A.cross-exaiines .: aiiswed, not only te as) «cstions which are se but algo to inquie about various irrelevant de here has to be ine enOrMOUS powers gis.) ie Wie cross-examine: Order. These verated in the various Ar the Order wii at cd below: | SINTERFERENCE 43 protects @ withess agaist improper cross-exannijccr) itis the Court, vat what amount lo mproper cross-examination 4 thereby, that