A Digest of the Law of Evidence

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editor, 1898 - Evidence (Law) - 469 pages
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Contents

INTRODUCTION
xiii
TABLE OF CASES CITED
xxix
LIST OF ABBREVIATXONS
xcix
PART I
3
OCCURRENCES SIMILAR TO BUT UNCONNECTED
34
HEARSAY IRRELEVANT EXCEPT IN CERTAIN CASES
55
Recitals of public facts in statutes and proclamations
112
OPINIONS WHEN RELEVANT AND WHEN
141
Proof of public documents74 Production of document
196
Presumption as to date of a docurnent86 Presumption
209
CHAPTER XIl OF THE EXCLUSION OF ORAL BY DOCUMENTARY
219
PRODUCTION AND EFFECT OF EVIDENCE
237
ON PRESUMPTIONS AND ESTOPPELS
255
Presumption of legitimacy99 Presumption of death
261
OF THE COMPETENCY OF WITNESSES
270
Who may testifyI07 What witnesses are incompetent
293

CHARACTER WHEN DEEMED TO BE RELEVANT
158
ON PROOF
163
ART 6 Proof of Pacts by oral evidence62 Oral evidence must
175
Evidence to be upon oath except in certain cases
306
Depositions before magistrates141 Depositions under
346
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