Conclusive presumption


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(Law) an inference which the law makes so peremptorily that it will not allow it to be overthrown by any contrary proof, however strong.
See under Conclusive.

See also: Conclusive, Presumption

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Too young.For centuries, there was a conclusive presumption under the common law (doli incapax) that children up to a certain age were incapable of criminal intent.
He added that Sharifs were convicted in the Avenfield apartments' reference by the accountability court on July 6 on the basis of 'conclusive presumption'.
Interestingly, the NAB prosecutor said Sharifs' were convicted in the Avenfield Apartments' reference by the accountability court on July 6 on the basis of 'conclusive presumption'.
The NAB prosecutor said that Sharifswere convicted in the Avenfield Apartments' reference by the accountability court on July 6 on the basis of "conclusive presumption".
The statute requires that a lis pendens be recorded before the expiration of the redemption period to avoid the conclusive presumption defense provided to servicers.
Under the law creating the HRVCB, petitioners in the Hawaii class suit enjoy 'conclusive presumption' as acknowledged claimants, Rosales said.
creditors to benefit from its conclusive presumption - that prior liens expire 15 years after they were due - irrespective of when those creditors obtain their interest.
Conclusive presumption of ability to repay for Qualified Mortgages that are not higher-priced
should be changed from a conclusive presumption to a rebuttable
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The FDIC has provided little explanation of the rationale behind the conclusive presumption of causation.
Walsh's "displacement and fall back law" proposal is actually just a conclusive presumption of severability in the absence of a fallback law.