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judicial notice


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The means by which the court may take as proven certain facts without hearing evidence. Notorious facts (i.e. matters of common knowledge) may be judicially noticed without inquiry. Some other facts (e.g. matters that can easily be checked in a standard work of reference and are reasonably indisputable) may be judicially noticed after inquiry.

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