aider by verdict
- A principle indicating that after a court's verdict, it's presumed all necessary facts were sufficiently proven. It's also the process of correcting any error or omission in pleadings according to the evidence presented during the trial
- The aider by verdict principle presumes that all necessary facts for the ruling were demonstrated during the trial.
- Upon discovering an error in the submission of pleadings, the court applied the aider by verdict concept and revised the document according to the evidence presented.
- Even though there was a defect in the initial plea, the court applied the principle of aider by verdict, enabling the decision to stand.