Glossary
Alphabetical Terms
B C D I P W


B

The 'Briginshaw principle' (as it is known) means the tribunal must be satisfied of the relevant matters on the balance of probabilities, to a comfortable degree, based on clear, cogent and strict evidence. ... 5(b)), 'the more serious the allegation, the stronger the evidence needs to be'


C

an addition or supplement that explains, modifies, or revokes a will or part of one.


D

an objection granting the factual basis of an opponent's point but dismissing it as irrelevant or invalid.  


I

a Court's authoritative approval.  


P

through lack of due regard to the law or the facts.  


W

A reasoning or decision is Wednesbury unreasonable (or irrational) if it is so unreasonable that no reasonable person acting reasonably could have made it (Associated Provincial Picture Houses Ltd v Wednesbury Corporation (1948)
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