irrebuttable


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irrebuttable

(ˌɪrɪˈbʌtəbəl)
adj
not able to be rebutted
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irrebuttable

adj (form)unwiderlegbar; irrebuttable presumption (Jur) → unwiderlegbare Rechtsvermutung
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The Florida Supreme Court affirmed the portion of the Third District's opinion imposing a rebuttable presumption of negligence where there is a finding that critical evidence is missing due to a party's negligence, but it quashed the portion imposing an irrebuttable presumption (i.e., a finding of liability) where the spoliation was intentional.
"Substance" and "procedure" revisited: With some afterthoughts on the constitutional problems of "irrebuttable presumptions".
In Peart, the court below was ordered to apply a rebuttable presumption (130) (rather than, for example, an irrebuttable presumption).
This is not to say that all sound legal decisionmaking, whether by the courts or legislatures, must have irrebuttable factual support.
However, the Family Court held that the irrebuttable presumption of paternity under Domestic Relations Law 73 would not apply in this case as 73 applies only when artificial insemination is performed by a person duly authorized to practice medicine, which did not occur here.
(114) The court addressed the following issues: (1) whether youth offenders have an interest protected by the due process clause that was encroached by an irrebuttable presumption; (2) whether that presumption is universally true; and (3) whether a reasonable alternative means exists for determining that presumed fact.
Illinois, (60) decided earlier that term, and planned to strike the provision in Murry as establishing an irrebuttable presumption that the household was not needy based on a tax filing decision made by someone outside the household in a previous year--a violation of procedural due process.
[t]he presumption with respect to a factor will not be irrebuttable The defendant might argue that a given connection is inappropriate in the circumstances of the case.
The per se rule carries an irrebuttable presumption of equity characterization if an instrument is issued within 36 months before or after one of these targeted transactions.
constitutions because it created an "irrebuttable presumption that precludes any consideration of whether the fee award is reasonable to compensate the attorney" and violates due process laws.