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proceedings, the burden of proof is on the party who would be unsuccessful if no evidence at all were given and such a party has the right to begin. In Amos v Hughes , an action for breach of contract, the question arose as to which party should begin. Alderson B ruled that the plaintiff was entitled. (B) The
grammatical affirmative, the burden of proof was on P. This position is not altered because it involves the plaintiff proving the negative. In Abrath v North Eastern Railway , an action for malicious prosecution, the plaintiff alleged that the defendant instituted proceedings against him without reasonable
reasonable and probable cause. It must be noted, however, that where the evidence is so scanty as to render it impossible to reach a conclusion as in Wakelin v London & South Western Railway the party to suffer for this state of affairs is the one on whom lies the burden of proof. In that case, the plaintiff
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