• Admissions of fact  - Advocate - Admissions of fact made by a counsel  - Is binding upon their principals as long as they are unequivocal; where, however, doubt exists as to a purported admission, the Court should be wary to accept such admissions until and unless the counsel or the advocate is authorised by his principal to make such admissions. (2016)3 PLRSC 654

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