APPEAL – INTERFERENCE WITH EVALUATION OF EVIDENCE – Circumstance(s) when an Appellate Court will not interfere with evaluation of evidence made by a Trial Court


“Where a trial Court has satisfactorily performed its function evaluating evidence and ascribing probative value thereto, an appellate Court would not interfere with its findings on such evidence.” Per OLUKAYODE ARIWOOLA, JSC in U.T.C. (NIG) PLC v. PETERS (2022-LCER-46526-SC) (Pp 13 – 14; Paras F – A)

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