THE OBLIGATORY COMPLEMENTARY OATH IN JORDANIAN LAW AND COMPARATIVE LAW

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DOI:

https://doi.org/10.36690/2674-5216-2022-2-38

Keywords:

complementary oath, decisive oath, obligatory complementary oath, civil law, trail procedures

Abstract

This study examines the subject of the obligatory complementary oath as a mean of proof in civil and commercial cases. The purpose of the article is to study the features of the obligatory complementary oath in Jordanian law and comparative law. The main research methods that were used in the article are general scientific methods of analysis and synthesis, as well as comparative analysis, which became the basis for obtaining research results.  The first topic is about defining the complementary oath and distinguishing it from the decisive oath, and in the second topic about the forms of the obligatory complementary oath. As this study concluded that the Jordanian legislator did not put a detailed organization of the complementary oath, as is the case when he organized the decisive oath, and the study recommended that the legislator include other forms of the obligatory complementary oath and make detailed provisions for the obligatory complementary oath.

Author Biography

Hisham Shakhatreh, Jadara University

Ph.D. (Law), Assistant Professor, Faculty of Law, Jadara University, Jordan

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2022-06-30

How to Cite

Shakhatreh, H. (2022). THE OBLIGATORY COMPLEMENTARY OATH IN JORDANIAN LAW AND COMPARATIVE LAW. Public Administration and Law Review, (2), 38–50. https://doi.org/10.36690/2674-5216-2022-2-38

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CHAPTER 2. LEGAL RELATIONS: FROM THEORY TO PRACTICE