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Definition of Onus

Onus
Onus O"nus, n. [L.] A burden; an obligation. Onus probandi[L.], obligation to furnish evidence to prove a thing; the burden of proof.

Meaning of Onus from wikipedia

- Onus, from Latin, indicates accountability/responsibility Onus may also refer to: Blame Burden (disambiguation) Legal burden of proof (onus probandi)...
- A reverse onus clause is a provision within a statute that shifts the burden of proof onto the individual specified to disprove an element of the information...
- The burden of proof (Latin: onus probandi, shortened from Onus probandi in****bit ei qui dicit, non ei qui negat) is the obligation on a party in a dispute...
- Lin Onus AM (4 December 1948 – 24 October 1996), born William McLintock Onus, was an Australian artist of Scottish-Aboriginal origins. William McLintock...
- Amistad Onus (Translated from the Latin to: "Alliance Load" or "Friend Load") is the Latin name of a Tax that was famously first implemented by the Milesian...
- Melih Onuş (08 February 1981, Ankara – 10 September 2020, Ankara) was a Turkish mathematician, computer engineer and scientist. He represented Turkey in...
- Burden of proof may refer to: Burden of proof (law) Burden of proof (philosophy) The Burden of Proof (1918 film), a silent American film starring Marion...
- service provider's central office (hub) and a number of optical network units (ONUs) or optical network terminals (ONTs), near end users. A PON reduces the amount...
- William Townsend Onus Jr (15 November 1906 – 10 January 1968), known as Bill Onus, was an Aboriginal Australian political activist. Onus was born at the...
- does not already have enough. If either of these things are disputed, the onus is on the plaintiff to prove them. The judge must determine whether the goods...
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