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an assumption that is taken for granted

(law) an inference of the truth of a fact from other facts proved or admitted or judicially noticed

audacious (even arrogant) behavior that you have no right to

a kind of discourtesy in the form of an act of presuming

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If a worker covered under the proposed presumption is diagnosed with PTSD by a psychiatrist or a psychologist, the worker's WSIB claim would be presumed to be work-related.
The PTSD presumption currently covers first responders including police officers, firefighters, paramedics and others.
We cannot just remove the presumption of regularity because in the whole world, all countries have this presumption,' he added.
In their view the resultant duty on refugee claimants to rebut a presumption of state protection is at odds with the duty of the applicant to show no more than a "well-founded fear" of being persecuted.
We reproduce here a recent exchange between Hathaway and Macklin on the significance and ramifications of the notion of a presumption that states can and will protect their citizens.
The Hedge and Ditch Rule works on the presumption that, when the physical boundary of a property consists of a ditch alongside a hedge, the land upon which both the hedge and the ditch are located belong to the landowner where the hedge is growing.
As with all presumptions, there can be evidence that contradicts this assumption, but the rule is a starting point.
While the VA cannot grant any benefit claims based on the proposed presumption of service-connection for these conditions until it issues its final regulations, veterans who have a record of service at Camp Lejeune between Aug.
Cooke recognizes that policy debate and policymaking proceed, not on the basis of absolutes, but upon presumptions, like the presumption of innocence.
com)-- The Knowledge Group/The Knowledge Congress Live Webcast Series, the leading producer of regulatory focused webcasts, announced today that it has scheduled a live webcast entitled: Fraud-on-the-Market Theory: Presumption and Other Significant Issues and Updates in 2016 and Beyond Live Webcast.
2) If the presumption of a gift cannot be overcome and what were once nonmarital funds are classified as marital due to joint title, an argument could be made that there is justification for an unequal distribution of the marital assets.
The National Cable and Telecommunications Association ("NCTA") and the American Cable Association ("ACA") attack the continuing validity of the current presumption of no effective competition, but their proposed solutions -- extinguishing the regulatory jurisdiction of franchising authorities and revoking their certifications en masse strictly on the basis of the converse presumption that effective competition exists everywhere -- cannot be reconciled with the 1992 Cable Act.
If you will not disclose the account to us, one normal presumption would be if you have a legitimate account, why will you not disclose it to us .
This Article addresses an underexplored but critical aspect of the presumption against extraterritoriality.