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onus probandi

División en sílabas: o·nus pro·ban·di
Pronunciación: /ˌōnəs prōˈbändē, ˌōnəs prōˈbandē
 
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Definición de onus probandi en inglés:

sustantivo

Law
The obligation to prove an assertion or allegation one makes; the burden of proof.
Example sentences
  • [The first [is], that the onus probandi lies in every case upon the party propounding a Will; and he must satisfy the conscience of the Court that the instrument so propounded is the last Will of a free and capable Testator.
  • We must go with Huxley in his contention that these rights may sometimes be displaced; but the onus probandi lies heavily on the shoulder of him who disputes that claim to possession, not on the man who seeks to defend it.

Origen

Latin, 'the burden of proving'.

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