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241) The attendant circumstance is the fact that the fish or wildlife was acquired illegally.
The court emphasized that the borrower's intention to encumber the property must be clearly manifest in the parties' language and the attendant circumstances.
A court must consider all attendant circumstances to determine whether the patient could have reasonably believed the physician was provided by the hospital.
Bre was one of the 1,000 children currently placed in foster homes in Lane County, usually because of meth and its attendant circumstances.
Hence, treating them serially and in isolation from their attendant circumstances only obscures their meaning.
Instead, the transaction's probability should be supported by observable facts and the attendant circumstances, such as the following: