factual matter

See: evidence
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Whether something furthers one's life or hinders it is a factual matter; it is not a matter of subjective opinion.
I am not lying when it comes to the factual matter.
Accepting my position is most difficult in cases when it seems the Supreme Court is trying to assert its authority on a factual matter and to settle a debate for the country.
In order to avoid dismissal, the complaint must contain sufficient factual matter that states a claim to relief that is plausible on its face.
"Joester's Complaint lacks sufficient factual matter to support its claims," wrote District Judge Denise Cote.
Handmade in India also includes maps indices a glossary two bibliographies and other factual matter that supports its content.
For we have all come to appreciate the extent to which history is (also) story and that how a past is (re)invented in words can be as important as what supposedly factual matter is rescued from oblivion.
A complaint with enough factual matter (taken as true) to suggest that an agreement was made.
The court then cited FRCP 8(a)(2), which requires a pleading to contain a "short and plain statement of the claim showing that the pleader is entitled to relief." Quoting from and clarifying Twombly, the court said that standard does not require detailed factual allegations, but does require "more than an unadorned, the-defendant-unlawfully-harmed-me accusation." Rather, it continued, "a complaint must contain sufficient factual matter, accepted as true, to 'state a claim to relief that is plausible on its face.'" Iqbal at 1949, quoting Twombly at 570.
A plaintiff must "plead sufficient factual matter to show that [government officials] adopted and implemented the detention policies at issue not for a neutral, investigative reason but for the purpose of discriminating on account of race, religion, or national origin."
Such an addition may be useful, as some regulators said that they lack authority to resolve complaints where, for example, the company and consumer disagree on a factual matter regarding a consumer's eligibility for benefits.
Now the next issue of Time magazine, due out Friday, runs a correction of sorts that Greenwald and others may still find lacking as it suggests the factual matter is under dispute.