adjudicative fact

Definition of "adjudicative fact"
  1. A specific detail relevant to the parties involved in certain administrative proceedings
How to use "adjudicative fact" in a sentence
  1. In a dispute resolution, an adjudicative fact would be the exact date when the contract was breached.
  2. The court examined the adjudicative fact, which was the specific amount of the agreed payment that was not made.
  3. Finding the adjudicative fact, which was the cause behind the accident on-site, was crucial to the court's decision.

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