Edwards, Eric J. (1974). Cases on evidence in Australia. Sydney : Law Book Co. MLA Citation.
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In short, in deciding the cases submitted to it, the overarching objective of. .
In short, in deciding the cases submitted to it, the overarching objective of the Court is to obtain all relevant evidence pertaining to both facts and law that may assist it in ruling on issues of substance, as opposed to providing a judicial outcome grounded primarily on technical and/or procedural rationales. In fact, testimonial evidence – including in the form of expert witnesses – was very. much a part of two recent oral proceedings before the Court: First, in the dispute concerning. Whaling in the Antarctic opposing Australia and Japan, which was heard from late-June to mid-. July 2013; and second, in the case concerning the Application of the Convention on the.