rebuttable presumption

Definition of "rebuttable presumption"
  1. A fact that is accepted as true by a court but can be proven false with evidence
How to use "rebuttable presumption" in a sentence
  1. The rebuttable presumption in his case was turned around when contradictory evidence was presented.
  2. A rebuttable presumption is in place until proven false.
  3. They had to gather substantial evidence to contradict the rebuttable presumption.

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