Definition of Finding of law
1. Noun. A finding as to the applicability of a rule of law to particular facts.
Generic synonyms: Finding
Category relationships: Jurisprudence, Law
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Literary usage of Finding of law
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1. United States Supreme Court Reports by Lawyers Co-operative Publishing Company, United States Supreme Court (1889)
"... in making its findings of law numbered (2) and (81, and sixth, in making its mixed finding of law and fact, that there was ratification and confirmation ..."
2. New Cases: Selected Chiefly from Decisions of the Courts of the State of New by Austin Abbott, James MacGregor Smith (1894)
"Distinction between finding of law and of fact, as to deceit.} Smith v. Smith, 18 Civ. Pro. R. 28 ; s. C., 26 State Rep. 692 ; 7 NY Supp. 193. ..."
3. Luzerne Legal Register Reports: Containing Cases Decided in the Several (1917)
"(Plaintiff's first finding of law affirmed.) Second. The charter granted unto the Lackawanna & Wyoming Valley Power Company, ..."
4. The Principles and Forms of Practice in Civil Actions in Courts of Record by Austin Abbott, Carlos Coolidge Alden (1907)
"It will not do to state findings of fact as if they were finding of law, or conversely. Eilers v. Boatman, 111 US (Davis) 356; Sun Mut. Ins. Co. v. ..."
5. Luzerne Legal Register Reports by Pennsylvania, Courts (1919)
"(Plaintiff's f1rst request for finding of law, affirmed.) Second. Where parties, such as plaintiff and defendant in this case, have a special confidential ..."