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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Whether it were a question of fact, of spelling, or of date, of going swimming or fishing, of choosing a book in the Sunday-school library or a stick of candy at the village store, he had no sooner determined on one plan of action than his wish fondly reverted to the opposite one.
The outdoor world was not very familiar to him, and occasionally he went wrong in a question of fact. Mrs.
Thus, whether it was foreseeable that the recommendations provided by Savage Arms would be ignored presents a clear question of fact.
08-98744, 6 pages), the Washtenaw County Circuit Court denied the defendant's motion for summary disposition, ruling that a material question of fact existed regarding gross negligence.
Negligence is a question of fact, based on the facts and circumstances in each case.
The SC added that the question of whether Celdran offended the religious feelings -'is a question of fact which will not be entertained.'
of Kansas City that the level of ordinary skill in the art is a question of fact. Accordingly, how a person of ordinary skill in the art understood a claim term at the time of the invention may also be considered a question of fact, or may arguably have factual underpinnings.
In many civil and criminal cases, parties call expert witnesses to testify about a question of fact that requires specialized knowledge to evaluate the evidence.
But as we sit on the sidelines, there is one thought that occurs to me, and this is not surmise or conjecture, but a question of fact.
But as we sit on the sidelines, there is one thought that occurs to me, and this is not surmise or conjecture, but a question of fact. Of all the independent countries of the world, and of all the newly independent countries in the European Union, is there one of them - just one of them - which would prefer to return to their pre-independence condition?
shall in all cases be made" for the items named if "properly chargeable to capital account." What, in the circumstances of this case, was a proper adjustment of the basis was thus purely an accounting problem and therefore a question of fact for the Tax Court to determined.