APPEAL - Admission of inadmissible evidence not essential to the result - Whether a ground for allowing an appeal - What the Court should be concerned with "Generally, the mere admission of incompetent evidence, not essential to the result, is not a ground for allowing an appeal. The dominant question, we think, is the broad one of whether substantial justice had been done. In the case in hand, the question is whether, looking at the proceedings as a whole, and taking into account what has properly been proved, the conclusion arrived at by the learned trial Judge had been a just one." Per A. FATAYI-WILLIAMS, J.S.C. at P. 7, Para. C.
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