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EVIDENCE ACT 1995 - SECT 92

Exceptions

92 Exceptions

(1) Section 91 (1) does not prevent the admission or use of evidence of the grant of probate, letters of administration or a similar order of a court to prove:
(a) the death, or date of death, of a person, or
(b) the due execution of a testamentary document.
(2) In a civil proceeding, section 91 (1) does not prevent the admission or use of evidence that a party, or a person through or under whom a party claims, has been convicted of an offence, not being a conviction:
(a) in respect of which a review or appeal (however described) has been instituted but not finally determined, or
(b) that has been quashed or set aside, or
(c) in respect of which a pardon has been given.
(3) The hearsay rule and the opinion rule do not apply to evidence of a kind referred to in this section.



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