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Evidence Admisibility, Administration And Assessment Through The Electronic Recordings


  • George Măgureanu

    () (Romanian American University, Bucharest, Romania)

  • Florea Măgureanu

    () (Romanian American University, Bucharest, Romania)


The main objective of the paper focuses on a current topic of a real interest, given the necessity of solving the civil and criminal actions filed in courts or the arbitrage courts through the evidentiary means, including the electronic ones, for the impartiality and observance of the procedural rights of the parties. Using the context analysis, which leads to a descriptive documentary research, the current article succeeds in identifying the size and the generic principles of a good administration and assessment of the electronic. As a result, we shall perform an analysis of the main objectives concerning: the concept of evidence in general and especially of the electronic writs, the origin sources, the method of administration and assessment, as well as using them. We consider that by applying these principles, there will take place essential changes regarding the admissibility, administration and assessment of the electronic writs, which will lead to a better application of the national legal provisions and of the European Directives, to the compliance of the national legislation with the European Union legislation.

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  • George Măgureanu & Florea Măgureanu, 2011. "Evidence Admisibility, Administration And Assessment Through The Electronic Recordings," Romanian Economic Business Review, Romanian-American University, vol. 5(2.1), pages 457-464, December.
  • Handle: RePEc:rau:journl:v:5:y:2011:i:2.1:p:457-464

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