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In the particular case, the Court decided that the owner did not prove the reason why the branch of the tree fell on his property, the principle of res ipsa loquitur could not be applied and the onus of proof remained upon the shoulders of the owner.
65) Unlike the probable desistance test, the substantial step test would apply regardless of the probability that a particular defendant would desist; unlike the res ipsa loquitur test, it would not require the defendant's actions to unequivocally indicate criminal intent.
Johnny Levins, trainer of Res Ipsa Loquitur She came out of her Listowel race well and has had a couple of days in a paddock.
En aras de aligerar la carga probatoria del demandante en ciertos casos excepcionales, se han acogido teorias como la de res ipsa loquitur, la culpa virtual, y la prueba prima facie o de probabilidad estadistica, tal y como se constata en reciente providencia (35) del Consejo de Estado.
5) Of course, the doctrine of res ipsa loquitur required that (1) the instrumentality causing the injury was in the exclusive control of the defendant; (2) the circumstances of the accident are such that it would not ordinarily occur without negligence; and (3) the plaintiff did nothing that contributed to his injury.
96) Res ipsa loquitur is an exception to the traditional rule which does not presume that a defendant acted in a negligent manner.
This paper discusses medical negligence and the use of the res ipsa loquitur doctrine.
Two additional rules of evidence bolster the centrality of custom: the res ipsa loquitur presumption, (44) and the Frye doctrine, (45) which governs the admissibility of expert evidence in numerous jurisdictions.
In such a case, the doctrine of res ipsa loquitur creates an inference that the defendant was negligent and allows the plaintiff to proceed with the lawsuit without having to prove through witnesses or otherwise the specific negligent acts of the defendant.
advocates have their say; the film's frontispiece is the lawyerly Latin phrase Res ipsa loquitur, "the thing speaks for itself.
Res ipsa loquitur, Arwel Davies, the facts speak for themselves.