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finding of fact

A formal decision by a Fitness to Practise Panel appointed by the UK’s General Medical Council (GMC) to hear a case regarding a doctor's ability (fitness) to practise without restriction, whether or not the alleged facts have been proved.
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Comerica Bank (2001) when stating, "Without any affirmative evidence of grossly negligent conduct, plaintiff is left with relying on speculation and conjecture, which cannot create a question of fact to survive summary disposition."
2013) ("In order to qualify, a witness as an expert the proponent of the testimony must, as a preliminary question of fact, meet five separate criteria to the satisfaction of the judge." (emphasis added)), and 3B Jay E.
The 10th Circuit reversed the decision, holding that summary judgment was inappropriate because the question of an employee's "primary duty" is a question of fact, not of law.
The court did accept that de-branding could be damaging depending on the manner and form of the de-branding but this was a question of fact for the national court.
Substantially vested: Whether the stock was substantially vested is also a question of fact under Regs.
Carver pointed out that the virgin birth was "purely a question of fact." He stated that it was true that the story was omitted from Matthew's Gospel and that evidence clearly showed it "had been wrought into the text" in Luke and clearly did not mean much to first-century Christians.
A determination by a representative of the Employment Insurance Commissioner that an employee is disqualified from receiving benefits for misconduct presents a mixed question of fact and law.
The question as to when, precisely, a person dies, is also a question of fact. A doubt about when a person dies, is also a 'dubium facti', and likewise creates the same obligation as certainty.
The court ruled, however, that policyholders could raise a "question of fact" over whether the companies' practices were deceptive under section 349 of New York's General Business Law, the state's consumer protection law.
Gordon raised a question of fact to be resolved by the jurors.
* The question as to whether a corporation had a legitimate business reason for its conduct was a question of fact to be determined by a jury