Sorry not totally satisfied -perhaps my question needs more clarification
Ok - The person accuses the third party of theft based on acknowledged incorrect data - the third party wishes to sue for libel having the correct data in their position - surely the onus of proof is on the accuser - the injured party is not required to defend the allegation but sues as third parties have knowledge of the situation - should the injured party wish to prove that the allegation is false then documents need to be provided in disclosure or discovery - but the onus of proof is surely on the accuser
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