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Unlawful evidence from the Internet correspondence of parties in civil proceedings

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illegal evidence   unlawful evidence   Internet correspondence   civil trial   fruit of the poisonous tree doctrine


The aim of the present study is the analysis of admissibility of introducing illegally obtained evidence from the Internet correspondence into civil proceedings. In the absence of an appropriate legal norm in the Civil Procedure Rules (CPR), which would directly define the (in)admissibility of the relevant phenomenon, it becomes necessary to make legal comparative studies of constitutional regulations, as well as refer to acts of international law. At the same time, the author reviews tendencies appearing in literature and judicial decisions within the scope of possibility of using the above-mentioned illegal evidence in civil proceedings.

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journal   czasopismo online   czasopisma (wydawnictwa ciągłe)


ISSN 2082-100X




Prawo Mediów Elektronicznych, ISSN 2082-100X. 2018, 3 s. 16-23

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