Johann Scheepers's Blog – October 2017 Archive (1)

THE LAW OF EVIDENCE IN ARBITRATION PROCEEDINGS - ‘VALUATION’, ‘ANALYSIS’, ‘ASSESSMENT’, ‘PROBABILITIES’, ‘INFERENCES’, ‘CIRCUMSTANTIAL EVIDENCE’, ‘CUMULATIVE EFFECT’, THE RULES OF LOGIC…

“There is no art

To find the mind’s construction in the face

He was a good gentleman on whom I built An absolute trust”

- Macbeth l.iv.13.

On Circumstantial Evidence – Cumulative effect:

“[E]ven two articles of circumstantial evidence, though each taken by itself but as a feather, join together, you will find them pressing on a delinquent with the weight of a mill-stone ….”.

‘In S v Reddy & others 1996 2 SACR 1 (A) 8i Zulman AJA quoted, ‘Best on…

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