business records exception

Definition of "business records exception"
  1. An allowance in court for using reputable business documents as evidence, even though normally hearsay is not permitted
How to use "business records exception" in a sentence
  1. In the fraud trial, the business records exception allowed the company invoices to be used as evidence.
  2. Under the business records exception, the judge allowed the bank statements to be admitted into evidence.
  3. The lawyer utilized the business records exception to submit the corporate emails into the court record.

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