LAW OF EVIDENCE

LAW OF EVIDENCE

LAW OF EVIDENCE

LAW OF EVIDENCE I

  1. General introduction
  2. Sources of Nigerian Law of Evidence
  3. Direct and Circumstantial Evidence
  4. Facts in issue and relevant facts
  5. Relevancy and Admissibility
  6. Presumptions
  7. Institution of Criminal Proceedings in Nigeria
  8. Admissions and Confessions
  9. Hearsay Evidence; Res Gestae
  10. Similar Facts Evidence
  11. Character Evidence

LAW OF EVIDENCE II

  1. Opinion Evidence
  2. Documentary Evidence
  3. Estoppels
  4. Privilege
  5. Corroboration
  6. Burden of Proof
  7. Competence and Compellability of witness

Leading Cases & Relevant Legislations

Trade Bank plc v. Barilux (Nig) Ltd (2000) 13 NWLR pt 685
Union Bank v. Integrated Timber and Plywood products Ltd (2000) 12
NWLR pt 680, 99
NNB Ltd v. Odiase (1993) 8 NWLR Pt 310.
UBN Plc v. Okubama (2000) 14 NWLR Pt 688, 573
Hall v. Fuller (1826) ER 279
Devaynes v. Noble (1816)1. Mer 572
Sims v. Bond (1933) 5B& Ad 389
Osawaye v. National Bank of Nigeria Ltd (1973) NCLR 474
Co-operative Development Bank Plc v. Joe Golday co. Ltd (2000) 14 NWLR Pt. 688, 514

LAW OF EVIDENCE I

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LAW OF EVIDENCE II

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