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Factum

[Latin, Fact, act, or deed.] A fact in evidence, which is generally the central or primary fact upon which a controversy will be decided.

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Halpern factum was grounded in the words of the claimants themselves.
The factum of the MCCT at the Divisional Court level mirrored this
factum begin with a dry recital of EGALE's position on the common
was frozen in 1867--much of the factum also had to be devoted to arguing
While some factum space was devoted to the common law, it
EGALE's factum. At the trial level of Halpern, EGALE had maintained
sentiments were cited in the Attorney General of Canada's factum.
See also EGALE B.C.S.C., supra note 3 (Factum of EGALE at para.
(94) EGALE, supra note 3 (Factum of Attorney General of Canada at