LLA 1340 Specific types of documentary evidenc
This course discusses and explains the law of evidence with regard to a range of documents which are commonly presented as evidence in hearings and arbitrations, such as the previous statements, polygraph test results, contracts of employment and notes of conversations.
A workbook is used along with a video and slide lecture. download the workbook here. 1340 Workbook Types of documentary evidence. You must print out the workbook and complete it while watching the video lecture.
Links to other courses and programmes
The following courses should be completed before doing this course:
- LLA 1305 An introduction to the law of evidence in hearings and arbitrations;
- LLA 1320 Documentary evidence.
This course forms part of the following programmes:
- the law of evidence in hearings and arbitrations’
- the law and practice regarding dismissal disputes in terms of s 186(1) of the Labour Relations Act, 1995
- The arbitration of labour disputes
- Chairing a disciplinary hearing
- Representing another person in a hearing
What Will You Learn?
- Define what a ‘contemporaneous note’ is, and the manner in which it could be used as evidence
- Identify the form of evidence applicable to contracts and collective agreements
- Explain the limitations which polygraph evidence suffers from
- Discuss the use of previous statements in an arbitration
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