Definition : Proof - Preponderance

Rule that (in civil trials) the evidence is considered enough by a judge to be able to assert in all probability that the facts set out in an application are proved. A judge thus has to assess whether the facts or the version which, according to what is presented to him, makes the existence of a fact more probable to "be true" than its non-existence.

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