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Article III: Presumptions

Show simple item record Larkin, Murl A. 2010-04-16T14:51:35Z 2010-04-16T14:51:35Z 1993
dc.identifier.citation 30 Hous. L. Rev. 241 en_US
dc.description.abstract The hodgepodge of rules known as presumptions includes rules of vastly varying importance, rules serving widely divergent purposes, and rules that may construct rules of decision. All of these have only two characteristics in common: 1) a relationship between an admitted or proved fact or group of facts and another fact which is sought to be proved, and 2) a label with a life of its own. Professor Larkin attempts to give some order to all these presumptions. en_US
dc.publisher Houston Law Review
dc.subject Presumptions en_US
dc.title Article III: Presumptions en_US
dc.type Article en_US

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