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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To the historian it bristles with errors--not errors of fact, but errors of interpretation.
"The Company believes that the allegations in the Report are unfounded, and the Report contains numerous errors of fact, misleading speculations and malicious interpretations of events, and reflects a general misunderstanding of Uxin's business model and China's used car industry," Uxin said.
Just on those glaring errors of fact, that article fails big time," she said in a piece posted on Medium.
She has one or two minor errors of fact. But this is an excellent book, one that all historians who wish to discuss southern religious leaders during the civil rights era with even-handedness should study.--Reviewed by Andrew M.
This ancient common-law remedy is available to correct errors of fact and law in criminal cases, but only when: "(1) the error alleged is 'of the most fundamental character' as to render the criminal conviction 'invalid'; (2) there are 'sound reasons' for the defendant's 'failure to seek earlier relief'; and (3) 'the defendant continues to suffer from his conviction even though he is out of custody.'" United States v.
Now that Geoffrey Starks has become a Democratic FCC Commissioner, the MMTC met with his acting legal advisor in person to share their thoughts onwhat it considers to be "errors of fact, policy and law" in Paragraph 10 of a Jan.
It said the impugned judgements suffer from errors of fact and law that are apparent on the face of the record and float on the surface.
Copy-editing is a critical process in which errors of fact, flow, spelling, grammar and style are corrected.
Practically every book approved by the Department of Education (DepEd) has inexcusable errors of fact, grammar, and construction.
Thus the book appears relatively weak in its understanding of the Ottoman perspective on the siege and contains some errors of fact pertaining to things Ottoman.
The Reports findings and remedial action are based on material errors of fact, including that Absa benefited from SARB financial support and that the SARB assistance did not benefit the general public.