Lex judicat de rebus necessario faciendis quasi de re ipsa factis

The law judges of things which must necessarily be done as if they were really done.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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  • lex judicat de rebus necessario faciendis quasi re ipsa factis — /leks juwdakat diy riybas nesaseriyow faes(h)iyencbs kweysay riy ipsa faektas/ The law judges of things which must necessarily be done as if actually done …   Black's law dictionary

  • presumption — pre·sump·tion /pri zəmp shən/ n: an inference as to the existence of a fact not certainly known that the law requires to be drawn from the known or proven existence of some other fact conclusive presumption: a presumption that the law does not… …   Law dictionary

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