conditional admissibility

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The admissibility of evidence whose relevance is conditional upon the existence of some fact that has not yet been proved. The courts permit such evidence to be given conditionally, upon proof of that fact at a later stage of the trial. Such evidence is sometimes said to have been received * de bene esse.

Subjects: Law.

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