> No, I'm right. The word "proof" is appropriate in context. (I write in
I'm afraid you are wrong despite your desperate attempts to reinterpret
your own comments. The civil law is "balance of probability". Those are
the precise words used. As it is a dispute between two civil parties with
no assumed right or wrong it is a matter of which interpretation is most
likely "proof" doesn't come into it whatever version of proof you want to
pick this email.
"burden of proof" is a specific term with a specific meaning in law.