The burden of proof can shift during the course of a trial. Silence in circumstances in which a party would be expected to answer might convert evidence into proof.
(1830) 1 B and Ad 128,  EngR 713, (1830) 1 B and Ad 128, (1830) 109 ER 735
See Also – Cotton v James, Gent One and C 17-Jan-1829
In trespass for entering plaintiff’s dwelling-house and taking his goods on a plea justifying the trespass by proceedings under a commission of bankruptcy, and replication taking issue on the act of bankruptcy, the defendant is entitled to begn. . .
See Also – Cotton v James, Gent One, and C 18-Jan-1829
Cited – Gibbs and others v Rea PC 29-Jan-1998
(Cayman Islands) The respondent worked for a bank. He disclosed a business interest, but that interest grew in importance to the point where he resigned in circumstances amounting to constructive dismissal. His home and business officers were raided . .
See Also – James, Gent, One and Co v Cotton 1831
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Updated: 16 May 2022; Ref: scu.184695