adjudicative facts


adjudicative facts
Factual matters concerning the parties to an administrative proceeding as contrasted with legislative facts which are general and usually do not touch individual questions of particular parties to a proceeding. Facts which concern a person's motives and intent, as contrasted with general policy issues. U. S. v. Bishop Processing Co., D.C.Md., 287 F.Supp. 624, 633.
Those facts that must be found beyond a reasonable doubt by trier of fact before there can be a conviction. Sundberg v. State, Alaska App., 667 P.2d 1268, 1271.
"Adjudicative facts," of which trial court may take notice if fact is not subject to reasonable dispute, are those to which law is applied in process of adjudication; they are facts that, in jury case, normally go to jury. Grason Elec. Co. v. Sacramento Mun. Utility Dist., D.C. Cal., 571 F.Supp. 1504, 1521

Black's law dictionary. . 1990.

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