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Section-111. Proof of good faith in transactions where one partyis in relation of active confidence


Where there is a question as to the good faith of a transaction between parties, one of whom stands to the other in a position of active confidence, the burden of proving the good faith of a transaction between parties, one of whom stands to the other in a position of active confidence, the burden of proving the good faith of the transaction is on the party who is in a position of active confidence.

Illustrations

(a) The good faith of a sale by a client to an attorney is in question in a suit brought by the client. The burden proving the good faith of the transaction is on the attorney.

(b) The good faith of a sale by a son just come of age to a father is in question is a suit brought by the son. The burden of proving the good faith of the transaction is on the father.



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