33 Ways to Prove a Fact in Court of Queen’s Bench
This paper focuses on the many ways of proving facts in court. It summarizes those ways, providing details on using each, for instance: by consent, through live testimony, by affidavit, through transcripts of questioning or written questions, and by other means. It then provides guidance on choosing a proper method of proof based on one’s goals and considerations.
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This paper was presented as part of LESA’s Evidence Law Refresher in November and December 2014.
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