Agami at English => English (Websters 1913) Of Explained:
proved by one only.
2. It is not always requisite, when the matter to be proved has been
reduced to writing, that the writing should be produced; as, if the
narrative of a fact to be proved has been committed to writing, it may yet
be proved by parol evidence. A rece
agami at English => English (Websters 1913) Of Explained:
ipt for the payment of money, for
example, will not exclude parol evidence of payment. 14 Esp. R. 213; and see
7 B. & C. 611; S. C. 14 E. C. L. R. 101; 1 Campb. R. 439; 3 B. & A. 566; 6
E. C. L. R. 377.
6.-2. Secondary evidence. That species of proof which is admissible
on the loss of primary evidence, and which becomes by that event the best
evidence. 3 Yeates, Rep. 530.
7. It is a rule that the best evidence, or that proof which most
certainly exhibits the true state of facts to which it relates, shall be
required, and the law rejects secondary or inferior evidence, when it is
attempted to be substituted for evidence of a higher or superior nature.
This is a rule of policy, grounded upon a reasonable suspicion, that the
substitution of inferior for better evidence arises from sinister motives;
and an apprehension that the best evidence, if produced, would alter the
agami at English (WD) Of Explained:
EtymologyInter: etyl » fr, from the native name.
NounInter: en-nou » n
Inter: Webster 191 » 3
AdjectiveInter: la-adj-form » agamī
Pronunciation* Inter: IPA » /aɡǎːmi/|lang=sh
- Inter: hyphenation » a|ga|mi
NounInter: sh-noun » g=m|head=agámi|r|агами|ага́ми
DeclensionInter: sh-decl-noun »
Translation: de » agami
Translation: fr » agami
Translation: id » agami
Translation: ru » agami
Translation: ta » agami
Translation: tr » agami
Translation: vi » agami
Translation: zh » agami