In practice

As a general rule and in order to be admissible, the proposed evidence in a trial affidavit must be relevant. That means it must tend to prove or disprove a fact in issue on the pleadings.
Kylie Downes QC
Home detention gives us much to contemplate about COVID-19, nothing more so than our mortality in the face of a life threatening pandemic.
Christine Smyth
At any one time, in Australia, there are about 1400 people on a transplant waiting list. One donor has the potential to prolong up to 10 lives that might otherwise by shortened through illness or disease.
Christine Smyth
The Royal Commission into Violence, Abuse, Neglect and Exploitation of People with Disability was formally established in April 2019 and began public hearings and consultations across the country.
Luke Geary, Naomi Brodie
To comply with this rule, you must understand the relevance of the deponent’s evidence to the case.
Kylie Downes QC
It seems that no matter how fast I type, I can’t match the speed with which things are changing as a result of COVID-19.
Christine Smyth
The misuse of confidential information by public sector agencies has always been a known corruption risk.
Eleanor Dickens, Sam Weston

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