Evidence is always critical in litigation and it plays a large part in determining whether you will win or lose a case. In fact, evidence is so important that, in day-to-day business, basic knowledge of the rules of evidence is essential for any company. It will be difficult for your business to succeed if you do not know how to preserve evidence of agreements with your partners or of their potential breaches of such agreements. However, coming from a common law country like the US, you may not be aware of how different the rules of evidence are in Vietnam. Cases that you think you have a high chance of winning may turn out to be a losing case, and evidence that you think is strong and decisive may turn out to have no value in the Vietnamese Court and vice versa. Thus, in this insight, we will outline some of the distinct rules of evidence in civil litigation in Vietnam, and how you can adapt your business practices to protect yourself and your organization.
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