Definitions for matter of law

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. question of law, matter of law(noun)

    a disputed legal contention that is generally left for a judge to decide

Sample Sentences & Example Usage

  1. Barry Levine:

    The conclusion, I think, was inevitable. The prosecution would have been barred as a matter of fact, as a matter of law.

  2. Gregory Morvillo:

    We have a fundamental disagreement with the SEC as to materiality, not just as applicable to the facts in this case, but as a matter of law.

  3. Gregory Morvillo:

    Obviously, we are disappointed in the verdict, we have a fundamental disagreement with the SEC as to materiality, not just as applicable to the facts in this case, but as a matter of law.

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