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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While the Supreme Court relies on Article 187 to do complete justice a power not conferred on High Courts, it doesn't keep them from delving into disputed questions of fact.
33) While the judge may determine if the proponent of the expert testimony laid enough foundation to establish the witness's qualifications as an expert since it presents questions of law, (34) the jury should determine the reliability of the methods the expert used since it primarily entails questions of fact.
Should questions of fact be finally settled by the finding of the Board of Tax Appeals?
Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation was created by Congress in 1968 to determine whether civil actions pending in different federal districts involve one or more common questions of fact such that the actions should be transferred to one federal district for coordinated or consolidated pretrial proceedings.
Because questions of fact remain as to the economic substance of the P investments, A has not met its burden of proving the validity of the P policy loan deductions.
Normally the appeals courts do not review questions of value since they are questions of fact.
The opinions are only proposed, and agency heads are free to substitute their judgment for that of the administrative law judge on questions of fact or law.
You must decide all questions of fact in this case from the evidence received in this trial and not from any other source.
Here, questions of fact remain as to whether defendants negligently failed to exclude Toole," the court ruled.
She cited case law stretching back to 1852 to support her view that, under the Seventh Amendment, disputes over the appropriate amount of punitive damages were questions of fact that must be resolved by the jury.
The court observed that the case presented no novel questions of fact or law requiring an extended discussion.
Although current IRS ruling policy provides that the IRS will not issue rulings on issues involving questions of fact, the new guidance provides that only in rare or unusual circumstances will the IRS decline to issue a ruling involving such cleanup costs solely because of the factual nature of the question.