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conclusive evidence

evidence that cannot be disputed and that, as a matter of law, must be taken to establish some fact in issue.

CONCLUSIVE EVIDENCE. That which cannot be contradicted by any other evidence,; for example, a record, unless impeached for fraud, is conclusive evidence between the parties. 3 Bouv. Inst. n. 3061-62.

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