irrebuttable


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irrebuttable

unable to be controverted or argued against, usually used in the context of presumptions. If a presumption is irrebuttable, it is in effect a mandatory rule of law.
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The irrebuttable presumption doctrine provides that "irrebuttable presumptions are violative of due process where the presumption is deemed not universally true and a reasonable alternative means of ascertaining that presumed facts are available." Clayton, 684 A.2d.
One could arguably characterize Murry itself as a second rational-basis case, although the Court has largely treated it as addressing the use of irrebuttable presumptions.
One might think that, if the domicile/residence ground for jurisdiction were irrebuttable, it would not be included on a "presumptive" and "rebuttable" connecting factors list.
Simply put, the statute is not susceptible to an as-applied challenge, but instead fits into our precedent governing the constitutionality of irrebuttable presumptions, which is a distinct body of case law that differs from the typical 'facial' versus 'as-applied' cases cited by Justice Polston's dissent."
The act passed will provide for an irrebuttable presumption of guilt if those being investigated refuse or fail to facilitate of authorise the probe.
Member by the Respondent by any other means that may be required by any foreign jurisdiction, governments, authorities or officials concerned and such facilitation may include the signing of any documents, forms, applications, requests or authorizations required; The Act shall provide for an irrebuttable presumption of guilt in the event the Respondent refuses or fails to give the authorization or extend the facilitation referred to in clause (d) above;
The authors cover substantive due process, the takings clause, the contracts clause, procedural due process and irrebuttable presumptions, equal protection, the First Amendment, and other subjects.
Fourth, the law-study explains and illustrates the indefensibility of the irrebuttable presumption of legality and the rebuttable presumptions of illegality that the 1992 Guidelines establish, all of which are based exclusively on estimates of the defined market's postmerger HHI and merger-induced increase in that HHI.
(36) Under these facts, the court found that FedEx Ground exercised substantial control over Allen's operations, and in Missouri there was further an irrebuttable presumption of vicarious liability for interstate transportation providers that bearing the logo of an employer.
As a result of which (applying the orthodoxy of English law at the time, namely, that outside of privilege the presumption of malice had become irrebuttable) they found the defendants to be strictly liable.
1928) ('"Conclusive presumptions' or 'irrebuttable presumptions' are usually mere fictions, to disguise a rule of substantive law [e.g., the conclusive presumption of malice from an unexcused defamation]; and when they are not fictions, they are usually repudiated by modern courts.")); John H.
(157) The "duty to read" doctrine creates a virtually irrebuttable presumption that a person is fully aware of the contents of any writing that he or she has signed.