Definición de declarant en inglés:

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declarant

Pronunciación: /dɪˈklɛːr(ə)nt/
chiefly Law

sustantivo

A person or party who makes a formal declaration.
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • As in the first instance above, I find this hearsay evidence to be necessary as the declarant is now deceased.
  • Given my conclusion that only the comments of the deceased declarants Belanger and Kane meet both the necessity and reliability criteria, it may be that their remarks have limited probative value, and could be taken out of context.
  • At the stage of hearsay admissibility the trial judge should not consider the declarant's general reputation for truthfulness, nor any prior or subsequent statements, consistent or not.

adjetivo

Making or having made a formal declaration: the declarant state
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Most Contracting States have made such a declaration, and all but one of declarant States have specified a one-year time limit.

Origen

Late 17th century: from French déclarant, present participle of déclarer, from Latin declarare 'make quite clear' (see declare).

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