1 This entry examines ‘documentary evidence’ from a comparative perspective within different international courts and tribunals. It aims to provide a comparative account and a critical assessment of the rules and practice governing the collection, admissibility, and assessment of documentary evidence. Within international dispute settlement mechanisms, the term ‘documentary evidence’ is commonly understood to refer to all evidence that is not testimonial. In other words, documentary evidence ‘before international courts and tribunals comprises all information...
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