satisfactory evidence

See: proof

SATISFACTORY EVIDENCE. That which is sufficient to induce a belief that the thing is true; in other words, it is credible evidence. 3 Bouv. Inst. n. 3049.

References in classic literature ?
If the climate, since the Glacial period, has ever been in any degree warmer than at present (as some geologists in the United States believe to have been the case, chiefly from the distribution of the fossil Gnathodon), then the arctic and temperate productions will at a very late period have marched a little further north, and subsequently have retreated to their present homes; but I have met with no satisfactory evidence with respect to this intercalated slightly warmer period, since the Glacial period.
Furnish me with satisfactory evidence either that there is, or is not, such a person really in existence as Mercy Merrick, and I will give you a positive opinion on the case whenever you choose to ask for it.
In case of a Limited Company, satisfactory evidence of its existence shall accompany the e-tender application form.
PM's sons Hussain Nawaz and Hassan Nawaz and his daughter Maryam Nawaz failed to produce satisfactory evidence in the offshore companies allegations against them.
Only when these reports are based on appropriate tests of controls can the auditors provide satisfactory evidence of their operating effectiveness.
Nor has the government come up with any solid and satisfactory evidence to support its blame for the attacks on various terrorist groups.
However, if the tenant submits a case to the RDSC contesting the landlord's claim that it requires the tenant to vacate the property, the RDSC is most likely to require the landlord to provide satisfactory evidence to support its claim, such as a prior approval by the Dubai Municipality on the demolition process.
To date, it has not produced satisfactory evidence to show that the removal of Morpeth's major employer from the town will not pose a threat to Morpeth's long-term sustainability.
As long as sustained attacks are levelled at the service as a whole without a satisfactory evidence base, morale will be undermined.
On May 7, 2013 Myrna Driedger moved a reasoned amendment declining second reading of Bill 20 "because this House has not received satisfactory evidence or assurances that an increase in the retail sales tax was either considered or recommended at the government's pre-budget consultation meetings.
November 9, 2012 (JUBA) - The United Nations human rights chief today urged South Sudan to reverse the expulsion of a human rights officer in the country, noting that the action is in breach of international agreements and that the authorities have not yet provided any satisfactory evidence for it.
If audited, a member must provide satisfactory evidence that applicable CPE activities were undertaken.