Law of Evidence [General]

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Chapter 1: Admissibility and Relevancy of Evidence;

Chapter 2: Burden of Proof;

Chapter 3: Proof – Presumptions;

Chapter 4: Standard of Proof – Differences between Averment and Proof;

Chapter 5: Sufficiency of Evidence;

Chapter 6: Circumstantial Evidence – Examples of its Nature and Effect;

Chapter 7: Relevancy of Evidence – Character and Collateral Issues;

Chapter 8: Hearsay;

Chapter 9: Admissibility of Evidence of Extra-Judicial Admissions and Confessions;

Chapter 10: Confidentiality;

Chapter 11: Proof – Where Evidence is Excluded;

Chapter 12: Oral Evidence – General;

Chapter 13: Oral Evidence – Specialities of Witnesses;

Chapter 14: Evidence on Commission;

Chapter 15: Affidavits, Reports and Dying Depositions;

Chapter 16: Opinion Evidence;

Chapter 17: Access to Witnesses and Securing Their Attendance;

Chapter 18: Real Evidence;

Chapter 19: Public and Official Documents;

Chapter 20: Proof of Terms of Documents Not Produced;

Chapter 21: Recovery and Production of Documents;

Chapter 22: Requirements of Writing for Self-Proving or Probative Deeds;

Chapter 23: Matters that Required Writing for their Constitution

Chapter 24: Informal Writings  in Commercial Matters and in Proof of Obligations Generally;

Chapter 25: Proof of Actings to Perfect Proof of Obligations – Personal Bar, Rei Interventus and Homologation;

Chapter 26: Evidence Extrinsic to Writings;

Chapter 27: Proof in Family Actions;

Chapter 28: Proof in Proceedings Concerning Children – Public Law.