evidentiary fact
evidentiary fact see fact

Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary of Law. . 1996.

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  • fact — n [Latin factum deed, real happening, something done, from neuter of factus, past participle of facere to do, make] 1: something that has actual existence: a matter of objective reality 2: any of the circumstances of a case that exist or are… …   Law dictionary

  • Evidentiary — Ev i*den ti*a*ry, a. Furnishing evidence; asserting; proving; evidential. [1913 Webster] When a fact is supposed, although incorrectly, to be evidentiary of, or a mark of, some other fact. J. S. Mill. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • fact — A thing done; an action performed or an incident transpiring; an event or circumstance; an actual occurrence; an actual happening in time or space or an event mental or physical; that which has taken place. City of South Euclid v. Clapacs, 6 Ohio …   Black's law dictionary

  • fact — A thing done; an action performed or an incident transpiring; an event or circumstance; an actual occurrence; an actual happening in time or space or an event mental or physical; that which has taken place. City of South Euclid v. Clapacs, 6 Ohio …   Black's law dictionary

  • evidentiary facts — Those facts which are necessary for determination of the ultimate facts; they are the premises upon which conclusions of ultimate facts are based. Womack v. Industrial Comm., 168 Colo. 364, 451 P.2d 761, 764. Facts which furnish evidence of… …   Black's law dictionary

  • evidentiary facts — Those facts which are necessary for determination of the ultimate facts; they are the premises upon which conclusions of ultimate facts are based. Womack v. Industrial Comm., 168 Colo. 364, 451 P.2d 761, 764. Facts which furnish evidence of… …   Black's law dictionary

  • ultimate fact — see fact Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996. ultimate fact …   Law dictionary

  • Ultimate Fact — The ultimate fact is, in law, the conclusion (or conclusions) of factual evidence made by a jury after deliberation.One common definition is in a trial, a conclusion of fact which is logically deduced from evidence.... [… …   Wikipedia

  • conclusion of fact — A finding of fact; an ultimate fact, Caywood v Farrell, 175 Ill 480, 482; the result of reasoning from the evidentiary facts. Greenberg v Lee, 196 Or 157, 248 P2d 324, 35 ALR2d 567. See finding of fact …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • finding of fact — The result of reasoning from the evidentiary facts. Greenbeig v Lee, 196 Or 157, 248 P2d 324, 35 ALR2d 567. A conclusion drawn by the trial court from the facts without the exercise of legal judgment. 53 Am J1st Trial § 1132. A written statement… …   Ballentine's law dictionary

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