conclusion of law

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Noun1.conclusion of law - a finding as to the applicability of a rule of law to particular facts
finding - the decision of a court on issues of fact or law
law, jurisprudence - the collection of rules imposed by authority; "civilization presupposes respect for the law"; "the great problem for jurisprudence to allow freedom while enforcing order"
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"It should be borne in mind that not every error in the proceedings, or every erroneous conclusion of law or fact, constitutes grave abuse of discretion.
Deal's prior tenancy.' But that statement, whether viewed as a finding of fact or a conclusion of law, was not a sufficient basis to disqualify Deal.
In a 1964 case, the Court decided that 130 findings of fact and one conclusion of law in a civil suit that were drafted by a party and adopted verbatim were still "formally" made by the judge.
He also challenges the referee's conclusion of law with respect to count five.
(45) Even if it determines that the trial court erred in reaching a conclusion of law, finding of fact, or discretionary decision, if it concludes the error was harmless (46) or the right result was reached, an appellate court may still affirm the trial court's erroneous ruling.
"The phrase 'combination or series of overt criminal acts' in the Information is but a conclusion of law, and not a statement of fact-" the motion read.
The issue is whether the AL's conclusion of law is erroneous and whether the findings of fact are supported by the evidence in the record taken as a whole.
A sum of ` 50 lakh was remitted to SEBI " for the sole purpose of settling the matter on hand, without admitting or denying the guilt on the part of notice to the finding of fact or conclusion of law," the SEBI order states.
The UN celebrated 30 years of the conclusion of Law of the Sea Convention from 4 - 8 June with a well attended Conference of the Parties.
"The court's conclusion of law in this case directly conflicts with the Attorney General's opinion that 'a gathering of less than a quorum ...
He illustrated with an allegation that the "defendant owes plaintiff $500," which was usually treated as an impermissible conclusion of law under the codes.