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Semi-proof

SEMI-PROOF, civ. law. Presumptions of fact are so called. This degree of proof is thus deaned[?]: "Non est ignorandum, probationem semiplenam eam esse, per quam rei gestae fides aliqua fit judici; non tamen tanta ut jure debeat in pronuncianda sententia eam sequi." Mascardus, De Prob. vol. 1, Quaest. 11, n. 1, 4.

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