9 Admission by agreement

(1)

In any proceeding, the Judge may,—

(a)

with the written or oral agreement of all parties, admit evidence that is not otherwise admissible; and

(b)

admit evidence offered in any form or way agreed by all parties.

(2)

In a criminal proceeding, a defendant may admit any fact alleged against that defendant so as to dispense with proof of that fact.

(3)

In a criminal proceeding, the prosecution may admit any fact so as to dispense with proof of that fact.