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Presumptions Against Repeal by Implications
Presumption as defined in black's law dictionary as a legal inference or assumption that a fact exists, based on the known or proven existence of some other facts or group of facts. Most presumptions are rules of evidence falling for a certain result in a given case unless the adversely affected party overcomes it with other evidence. A presumption shifts the burden of production or persuasion to the opposing party, who can then attempt to overcome the presumption.
William P. Richardson in his book on 'The Law of Evidence' defines presumption to be an inference as to the exi…
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