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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We adopt the referee's findings of fact, conclusions of law, and recommendation regarding discipline.
'An adequate statement of reasons must contain not only the department's factual conclusions, but also supporting subsidiary findings of fact.'
On January 16, 2019, without admitting or denying any of the allegations, findings of fact or conclusions of law, the Company's subsidiary, Sterling Jewelers, reached a settlement and entered into a consent order with the CFPB and NY AG.
During the open session of the meeting, Commissioner Rebecca Dye presented the findings of Fact Finding 28, an investigation into the Conditions and Practices Relating to Detention, Demurrage, and Free Time in International Oceanborne Commerce.
Where plaintiff failed to identify specific errors in district court's findings of fact or application of law to the evidence, summary judgment was proper where, viewing evidence in light most favorable to plaintiff, there was no genuine issue of material fact.
"Judges are mandated to rest their findings of fact and their judgment strictly upon the evidence offered by the parties at the trial," the 25-page resolution stated.
"Osman made 158 findings of fact that's a whole lot," said Morris.
Agreeing with Ongpin's argument, the CA held that only 'findings of fact' of quasi-judicial agencies are binding upon the court as stated in Section 10, Rule 43 of the Rules of Court.
It is our chief means of looking into the future, of predicting, of planning, and of explaining." (1) As an essential component of legal practice, "the value of storytelling is undisputed." (2) It is found in courtroom advocacy, policy-making, and even findings of fact. (3) Plot, setting, and characters are all important to developing the stories on which courts base their decisions.
Judge Todd Taylor had ordered the commissioners to provide more findings of fact to support the 2015 decision.
Credit Suisse does not admit to any findings of fact and the resolution does not involve any fraud-based violations.