Standard of proof in civil cases, Business Law and Ethics

Standard of proof in civil cases:

Therefore the standard of proof in civil cases is on a preponderance of probabilities or on a balance of probabilities.  So it must be more probable than questionable such the plaintiff's allegations are true.  whether the plaintiff discharges the burden of proof next he wins the case and is awarded judgement that could take any of the following forms as:;-

(a) Damage, i.e. monetary compensation and

(b) Injunction and

(c) Specific performance and

(d) Tracing and

(e) Accounts and

(f)  Rescission and

(g) Winding up/liquidation and

Reason of civil laws as;

  • Protection of rights and enforcement of duties. and
  • Provision of legal remedies as and when a persons rights have been violate

 

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