#certainties #equity #law
‘Evidential certainty’ refers to the extent to which the evidence in a particular case enables specific persons to be identified as members of the class (i.e. as coming within the definition). The question therefore is whether you can come up with some evidence to categorically prove that the particular individual comes within the class, for example, a birth certificate to prove that X is Y’s son and therefore within the class of Y’s ‘children’.
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