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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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A bill of lading is prima facie evidence or, in certain cases, conclusive evidence of the facts contained in it, for example, as to the condition of the goods, quantity, marks, quality, and date of loading (Article 266 of the UAE Maritime Commercial Code).
He pointed that mobile phones constituted conclusive evidence used as practical tools in the attack," declaring that "the prosecution will prove that phones were purchased to be managed as one group." "The documents submitted to obtain phone companies contracts were fraudulent, used to prevent the identification of the users of these phones." Cameron presented evidence about the nature of the cell phones and how they were used, pointing out that "one person was paying the phone bills." He finally stressed that this network of 18 mobiles was considered conclusive evidence used for illegal purposes manifested by Hariri's assassination.
Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF), there is no conclusive evidence that taking vitamin and mineral supplements helps prevent cardiovascular disease (CVD) or cancer in people who are in generally good health.
inspectors did not ascribe blame, the U.S., Britain, France and others believe that the report's findings offer conclusive evidence that the attack was conducted by the Syrian military.
There is no conclusive evidence for the implication of Hezbollah in the July 2012 bombing in Bulgarian resort city of Burgas, stated new Bulgarian Foreign Affairs Minister Kristian Vigenin.
Head of Public Prosecution Wael Bualia explained that usually the maximum punishment would be administered for such crimes, by the public prosecution as conclusive evidence was presented.
However, the AAOS and ADA conducted a review of clinical research on this topic and found no conclusive evidence that routine dental procedures cause PIN.
However, there's little conclusive evidence to support the herb's efficacy in humans, and it also may interact with other medications you may be taking (particularly statins and blood thinners).
We also believe that there is no conclusive evidence of its deterrent value; and we recall that any miscarriage of justice leading to its imposition is irreversible and irreparable.
In collaboration with the Canadian National Synchrotron (CLSI) research facility at the University of Saskatchewan, Biotron Laboratories has demonstrated conclusive evidence of mineral bonding in a heterogeneous mixture of individual amino acids and short chain peptides.
The report continues: "The committee considered there was not one piece of irrefutable and conclusive evidence which would enable it to say for certain (ie.
There is no conclusive evidence at this point that drugs were the primary cause of their symptoms, but police and medical staff are asking people to be very cautious.