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Spanish term or phrase: la presunción de verosidad de los hechos no controvertidos
necesito que me puedan ayudar con alternativas para traducir esta frase. Muchas gracias.

En nuestro pais rige LA PRESUNCIÓN DE VEROSIDAD DE LOS HECHOS NO CONTROVERTIDOS afirmados por quien peticiona la aplicación de un derecho anti-dumping o compensatorio o una salvaguardia. De alli la importancia de defenderse.
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4 +3uncontested facts are presumed to be true
Kathryn Litherland
4 +2the assumption of the truth of the uncontested facts/events
Michael Powers (PhD)
4the presumption of veracity of uncontroverted facts.
argosys
4the presumption of trueness of undisputed (deemed-admitted) factsxxxAdrian MM.


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uncontested facts are presumed to be true


Explanation:
simply: In our country, uncontested facts are presumed to be true...

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The uncontested facts shall be taken at the trial as established under Fed. ... Independent proof of the uncontested facts will be allowed only if ...
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Royal did not challenge any of the uncontested facts set forth in ... This finding was taken nearly verbatim from Royal's statement of uncontested facts, ...
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246 F.3d 32
Plaintiff responded by filing contemporaneously two separate documents, his own designation of uncontested facts and an opposition to defendant's statement ...
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agree  Aoife Kennedy: More straightforward, well done :)
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agree  Henry Hinds: After working it out, I found your answer to be exactly as mine.
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agree  JH Trads: very clear translation
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the assumption of the truth of the uncontested facts/events


Explanation:
Mike :)

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Note added at 6 mins (2009-02-18 13:01:24 GMT)
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Although literally "no controvertidos" would be 'non-debated" or "noncontroversial," in legalese I believe we would use "uncontested."

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Note added at 9 mins (2009-02-18 13:03:33 GMT)
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"assumption of the truth"

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agree  José Manuel Lozano
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  -> Thank you, jm1970 - Mike :)

agree  Ivan Nieves
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  -> Thank you, covelas - Mike :)
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the presumption of trueness of undisputed (deemed-admitted) facts


Explanation:
Undisputed facts in civil cases in the English Common law world are deemed admitted (confessed in criminal trials).

There is no such - questionable - presumption in UK law.



Example sentence(s):
  • C. Undisputed Facts. 101. Old Chief v. United States ..... Probative of Truthfulness or Untruthfulness. 454. 4. Conviction of Crime .... Causing a Presumption to Take Effect. 633. 6. Rebutting Presumptions. 634. DeFeo v. Merchant ...

    Reference: http://faculty.lls.edu/structuredevidence/TOC.pdf
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the presumption of veracity of uncontroverted facts.


Explanation:
The writer had his reasons for using "high-falutin" words, and this translation just tries respect them.

Below are relevant definitions.

ve·rac·i·ty (və-rās'ĭ-tē)

1. Adherence to the truth; truthfulness. See Synonyms at truth.
2. Conformity to fact or truth; accuracy or precision: a report of doubtful veracity.
3. Something that is true.
http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/veracity

con·tro·vert
tr.v. con·tro·vert·ed, con·tro·vert·ing, con·tro·verts
To raise arguments against; voice opposition to.
http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/controvert

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