adverse interest rule


adverse interest rule
Failure of a party to produce a witness who is within his power to produce and who would naturally have been produced by him, which failure permits inference that evidence of witness would be unfavorable to party's cause. New England Whalers Hockey Club v. Nair, 1 Conn.App. 680, 474 A.2d 810, 814

Black's law dictionary. . 1990.

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