Facts in issue

Facts in Issue: What it Means in the Law of Evidence

Facts, and in consequence facts in issue, are the flour with which the dough of evidence is made.

Everything is a fact, whether it exists alone or along with other things. In the contemplation of the law, particularly the Nigerian Evidence Act (s. 258), it includes a state of things, the relationship between things and even any mental condition that any person is aware of. Continue reading “Facts in Issue: What it Means in the Law of Evidence”

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