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presumption

Law an inference of the truth of a fact from other facts proved, admitted, or judicially noticed
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This general principle--use information-forcing defaults to optimize the value of disclosure between the relevant parties--can guide our thinking about the statutory interpretive presumptions that the Court increasingly has embraced and extended.
This Article first places Bond in the context of the Supreme Court's growing reliance on interpretive presumptions to limit the effect of legislation.
And, under the longstanding presumption of patent validity, a defendant
claims to survive validity challenges than if there were no presumption.
When the situation is uncertain, there should not be a presumption for or against relocation.
Because shared decision-making can continue even after a move, this arrangement does not raise a presumption either way.
Most significantly, he examines the question of whether there should be a moral presumption against war.
One of the greatest concerns for municipal employers is the financial impact of state mandated presumptions.
But presumptions are not just defective certainties; they have different kinds and degrees (p.
tailored presumptions in any context where there is reason to believe