(A) practice. Making the last argument or address to the court or jury. The party on whom the onus probandi is cast, in general has the conclusion. (B) remedies. An estoppel; a bar; the act of a man by which he has confessed a matter or thing which he can no longer deny; as, for example, the sheriff is concluded by his return to a writ, and therefore, if upon a capias he return cepi corpus, he cannot afterwards show that he did not arrest the defendant, but is concluded by his return.
Law Dictionary – Alternative Legal Definition
The end; the termination; the act of finishing or bringing to a close. The conclusion of a declaration or complaint is all that part which follows the statement of the plaintiffs cause of action. The conclusion of a plea is its final clause, In which the defendant either “puts himself npon the country” (where a material averment of the declaration is traversed and issue tendered) or offers a verification, which is proper where new matter is introduced. State v. Waters, 1 Mo. App. 7. In trial practice. It signifies making’ the final or concluding address to the jury or the court This is, in general, the privilege of the party who has to sustain the burden of proof. Conclusion also denotes a bar or estoppel; the consequence, as respects the Individual, of a judgment upon the subject matter, or of his confession of a matter or thing which the law thenceforth forbids him to deny. Conclusion against the form of the statute. The proper form for the conclusion of an indictment for an offense created by statute is the technical phrase “against the form of the statute in such case made and provided;” or. in Latin, contra formam statuti. Conclusion of fact. An inference drawn from the subordinate or evidentiary facts. Conclusion of law. Within the rule that pleadings should contain only facts, and not conclusions of law, this means a proposition not arrived at by any process of natural reasoning from a fact or combination of facts stated, but by the application of the artificial rules of law to the tacts pleaded. Levins v. Rovegno, 71 Cal. 273, 12 Pac. 161; Iron Co. v. Vandervort 164 Pa. 572, 30 Atl. 491; Clark v. Railway Co., 28 Minn. 69, 9 N. W. 75. Conclusion to the country. In pleading. The tender of an issue to be tried by jury Steph. PL 230.