Definition of onus probandi in English:

onus probandi

Syllabification: o·nus pro·ban·di
Pronunciation: /ˌōnəs prōˈbändē, ˌōnəs prōˈbandē/

Entry from US English dictionary

noun

Law
The obligation to prove an assertion or allegation one makes; the burden of proof.

Origin

Latin, 'the burden of proving'.

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