question of fact

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Noun1.question of fact - a disputed factual contention that is generally left for a jury to decidequestion of fact - a disputed factual contention that is generally left for a jury to decide
question, head - the subject matter at issue; "the question of disease merits serious discussion"; "under the head of minor Roman poets"
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What did it all mean--what could it mean, except that there was an error of fact somewhere.
In other words, [a] district court abuses its discretion when, in conducting its preliminary injunction analysis, it commits a clear error of fact or an error of law.
3 of the Code as it failed to correct or clarify a material error of fact when the error was brought to its attention by the complainant following the broadcast.
There is, however, one small error of fact in the article concerning the gift of Transplant House in Auckland.
But, dismissing the firm's claim, Mr Justice Ouseley said the analysis undertaken by Centro was 'open to it' and that it made no error of fact when reaching its decision.
The second was that the "Secretary of State made a material error of fact, in that he based his decision on his misunderstanding that Marden High School was 'clearly oversubscribed'.
Four out of five times you will discover that a valuation was negligent because of some error of fact such as: the square footage was too high, structuring of the covenant was different or the tenure of the building was incorrectly stated.
The 50-year-old jockey had hoped for a reduction in his ban after a High Court judge had ruled that the BHA had to reconsider its verdict in light of an error of fact involving when Whiting's horses had left Blockley.
He makes this even clearer in Burr, which abounds in error of fact and character-assasination.