Evidence in Family Law proceedings

Date uploaded:
26 Aug 2020

Evidence is the “bricks and mortar” of case building. It must have two essential characteristics to be information that can be received by a Court: it must be relevant and admissible. Evidence law was formerly a creature of common law. That is no longer the case. Jeanette Swann explores this further in her paper entitled 'Evidence in Faimly Law proceedings'. 

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