This study aims at explaining the Judgment of Proving the Dissention and Dispute Lawsuit with the hearsay testimony in light of the late amendment of the Jordanian Personal Status Law of 2010, a comparative juridical study. The study discusses the definition of "testimony" literally and terminologically, the evidences of its legality, and its divisions in terms of the connection of the witness to the event he testified for. Afterwards, the study discusses the hearsay testimony in terms of definition, judgment, degrees, occasions and conditions, in addition to where it stands in jurisprudence. The study concludes in that the Jordanian Personal Status Law draws its origins from the sayings of jurists in permitting the hearsay testimony in proving the dissention and dispute lawsuits. However, rules and conditions that organize reliance on the hearsay testimony must be established, following in that the example of jurists
Raed Ali AlKurdi , Maher Maarouf AlNaddaf
Dissention and Dispute, Hearsay.