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Conclusion of Fact

Definition - What does Conclusion of Fact mean?

Conclusion of fact refers to the final result made by the trier of the case on the basis of a complete analysis and evaluation of the facts brought during a lawsuit. The trier of the case is usually a jury or a judge.

Justipedia explains Conclusion of Fact

When the judge is the trier, they will usually present their conclusion of fact openly in the court. This may either be verbally or in a written format. However, on request from the parties a written conclusion of fact can be issued.

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