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Evidentiary Fact

Definition - What does Evidentiary Fact mean?

Evidentiary fact refers to a fact that adds to the probability or validity of some other fact or facts. In simple terms, evidentiary fact may also be defined as a fact that make other statements more or less valid or true.

Justipedia explains Evidentiary Fact

During a lawsuit, evidentiary facts act as supplementary facts in establishing whether or not an ultimate fact is proven and that too which level of certainty.

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