Express; absolute; not doubtful. This word is frequently used in composition. 2. A positive condition is where the thing which is the subject of it must happen; as, if I marry. It is opposed to a negative condition, which is where the thing which is the subject of it must not happen; as, if I do not marry. 3. A positive fraud is the intentional and successful employment of any cunning, deception or artifice, to circumvent, cheat, or deceive another. . It is cited in opposition to constructive fraud. 4. Positive evidence is that which, if believed, establishes the truth or falsehood of a fact in issue, and does not arise from any presumption. It is distinguished from circumstantial evidence. Laid down, enacted, or prescribed. Express or affirmative. Direct, absolute, explicit As to positive “Condition,” “Evidence,” “Fraud,” “Proof,” and “Servitude,” see those titles.