constructive knowledge

constructive knowledge
constructive knowledge see knowledge

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

constructive knowledge
constructive knowledge or constructive notice
knowledge that a person is deemed to have of facts that he would have discovered had he made the usual and proper inquiries. In the law of property, if a person omits to investigate some fact that has been brought to his notice, suggesting the existence of an adverse claim or title, or if he deliberately refrains from making due inquiry in order to avoid obtaining actual knowledge, he will be fixed with constructive knowledge of it.

Collins dictionary of law. . 2001.

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  • constructive knowledge — If one by exercise of reasonable care would have known a fact, he is deemed to have had constructive knowledge of such fact; e.g. matters of public record. Attoe v. State Farm Mutual Auto. Ins. Co., 36 Wis.2d 539, 153 N.W.2d 575, 579 See also… …   Black's law dictionary

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