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Title: استثناءات قبول الشهادة السماعية :دراسة مقارنة
Authors: احمد محمود ادريس احمد
Keywords: وسائل الإثبات - الشريعة الإسلامية - القانون
Issue Date: 2020
Publisher: جامعة إفريقيا العالمية
Citation: جامعة افريقيا العالمية -عمادة الدراسات العليا والبحث العلمي والنشر -كلية الشريعة والقانون -قسم القانون العام
Abstract: This study is extremely discussed the most important issues concerning the means of proof regarding Islamic Sharia and the law of evidence entitled “Admission of Hearsay Evidence Exceptions” “A comparative study”. The study is a comprehensive survey of Islamic Jurisprudence in comparison to law of evidence which illustrated with numerous examples as the case may be. The methodology followed in this study is a descriptive, analytical, inductive and comparative method. The researcher highlighted the importance of Hearsay Evidence in all issues, except Hudhud offences and Retribution (ALQISAS), so as to preserve rights and to avoid people any harms or hardiness in the lack of direct or original evidence. the researcher discussed terms and conditions of acceptance of Hear Say Evidence and its exceptional cases. where as the researcher concluded the following results and recommendations - First – Results: 1. Articles (10) evidence act 1994 ( illegally obtained evidence). This evidence violates principles of Sharia law and the constitution of Sudan 2005, article ( 156)C. 2. The judgment in Sudan is settled for the dying declarations in homicide cases as admissible evidence. Recommendations:- The researcher recommends that article (10) 1994 evidence Act ( illegally obtained evidence) shall be withdrawn in a near amendment of law. And also the legislator must state expressly or impliedly that “ Al-Qussama “ is considered to be one of the means of proof.
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