Queensland Evidence Law explains and discusses the common law rules of evidence as they are affected by the Evidence Act 1977 (Qld). The author discusses the synthesis of the common law and the legal position to provide a highly readable and accessible text that applies a logical and systematic approach to the introduction of each key topic. This book is an ideal introduction for students to the law of evidence in the Queensland jurisdiction and an excellent reference for lawyers. The review of position under the Evidence Act 1995 (Cth), which forms the basis of the Uniform Law of Evidence regime, is included to promote knowledge of the rules of evidence applicable to practice in federal cases. 2. The law governing fact-finding in legal disputes. The law of evidence applies the rules of evidence as a restriction on the proof of facts in civil and criminal proceedings. It establishes rules and procedures for: the production of evidence; the exclusion and admissibility of certain types of evidence, such as hearsay; the use of certain types of evidence; and the ultimate question of proof. (Australian Encyclopedic Legal Dictionary, 2016) A clear and accessible explanation of the common law rules of evidence in Queensland as they are affected by the Evidence Act 1977 (Qld) in civil and criminal matters.
It contains the comparative position under the Evidence Act 1995 (Cth) for federal affairs. 1. Any object or information, with the exception of legal arguments, which tends to prove or disprove the existence of a fact in question. There are three main forms of evidence, testimonies, documents and actual evidence. Evidence is also subject to other classifications, for example: direct, heavy, oral, documentary, real, indirect, original, derivative, primary, secondary, prima facie, expert opinion, confessional, oath and non-frivolous. Subscribers will be informed of the number of updates made to each publication in the previous year. The number of updates may vary due to legislative developments and other publishing issues, but subscribers can use it as a rough estimate of future deliveries. Subscribers can call customer service at 800-833-9844 for more information. The fourth edition has been revised and updated to reflect recent developments in case law and legislation, including the amendment of section 95 of the Evidence Act 1977 (Qld). If subscribers cancel between 31 and 60 days after the billing date and return the product at their expense, they will receive a credit of 5/6 of the annual subscription price. No credit will be given for cancellations made more than 60 days after the invoice date. In order to receive a credit, the Subscriber must return all Products shipped during the year at its own expense within the aforementioned notice period.
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