Section 92 of the Act specifies that only oral arguments that are contrary to the terms of the contract, impeachment or other written questions are excluded. If such a document is not a contract, a concession or a deposit of ownership, oral evidence may be provided to change its content. In the case of Bai Hira Devi v. Official Assigne of Bombay, Section 92 deals only with contracts, grants and other deposits of the property, but Section 99 deals with all types of documents, whether a contract or not. Section 99 deals only with changing the terms of a document. Since Section 92 of the Act excludes the contracting party from the establishment of the document, it does not exclude those who are contracting parties. In this section, section 99, the same provision is repeated. Section 95 of the Indian Evidence Act deals with latent ambiguity and oral evidence can be provided with respect to the elimination of latent ambiguities. If the language used in the document is simple and clear, but it is not in the importance of existing facts because of errors in the descriptor evidence and such errors can be shown that it was used in a particular sense.
Secondary evidence was defined in section 63 of the act. Secondary evidence is a certified copy of the evidence or copy of the original documents. Secondary evidence also includes a person`s oral reports on the contents of the document they have seen themselves. Many contracts, grants and other deposits may be affected orally, but the limitation of contractual terms, on which the party agrees in a document, is considered to be the best proof of the terms of this contract. If it is reduced to documents, it acts as the best evidence. Even if the document is lost or secondary evidence is held by the other side, as described in Section 65, it can be brought to justice. On the other hand, Section 92 also excludes evidence of oral agreements. It should be noted that, after the document proving its provisions pursuant to Section 91, the provisions of Section 92 are triggered to exclude evidence of an oral agreement or declaration, in order to object, vary, supplement or subtract from their terms.
There are six reservations for this section, that in India, the best rule of evidence has been considered a fundamental principle on which the law of evidence depends, although it is not mentioned in particular anywhere, but is the basis of sections 91 and 92 of the Indian Evidence Act 1872. Between A and B, it is agreed that at his crops for 1000 rs. or 2000. It is not possible to indicate the price to be paid. Sold his artwork to B with the words “all my mods”. The instruction determines what A means by “mods.” ii. if the parties have deliberately altered their agreement, it is clearly considered that they intended, by the letter, to reflect a definitive statement of their intentions and that it should be beyond the reach of future controversies, beliefs and insidious memories.