actual knowledge

actual knowledge

the state of knowing the material facts at issue.
References in classic literature ?
I have often envied that young man of yours for his actual knowledge of the proletariat.
Her actual knowledge of the Misses Bordereau was scarcely larger than mine, and indeed I had brought with me from England some definite facts which were new to her.
As a result of the work of the Week of World Agribusiness, as shown by the practice of previous years, there will not only be a vast amount of actual knowledge among listeners, but also dozens of contracts between partners, new open specialized audiences and another big step towards solving the personnel problem in the countryside.
The record also shows that, even when Cox had actual knowledge of repeated infringing activity, it did not take serious steps to restrict access.
It has become increasingly clear that I have no liability because I have no prior actual knowledge of the alleged hazing incident and I am not a party to any coverup.
She says The Weinstein Company's "executives, officers and employers had actual knowledge of Weinstein's repeated acts of sexual misconduct with women" and of "using his power to coerce and force young actresses to engage in sexual acts with him".
The purpose of this study was to assess dancers' perceived and actual knowledge of basic musculoskeletal anatomy and its relationship to function.
2d at 1120 ('courts have found pleadings sufficient if they allege generally that defendants had actual knowledge of a specific primary violation.
Asked about the total number of madrassas in Malda, district magistrate Sharad Devidi seemed to have no actual knowledge of the situation of ground zero.
knowledge includes not only actual knowledge, but also constructive
Levy is the author of Where the Cherry Tree Grew (2013) and the newly released George Washington Written Upon the Land, a sort of archaeological study enhanced by the "creative processes and the varied kinds of historical meaning" left in the vacuum of actual knowledge about young George.
In the past, actual knowledge of an item giving rise to a deficiency was heavily weighted against equitable relief by the Tax Court.