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Rebuttle Presumption

Author: Webmaster / August 12, 2016 / Categories:

An ordinary presumption which must, as a matter of law, be made once certain facts have been proved, and which is thus said to establish a prima facie conclusion; it may be rebutted or overcome through the introduction of contrary evidence but if it is not, it becomes conclusive. After rebutting evidence is introduced, under prevailing doctrine the competing facts are weighed on their own merits, without further reference to the presumption.

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