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Definition of Presumption

Latin praesumptio, the presumption is the action and the effect of assume. This verb is often used because of suspect or speculate something in the existence of signals or evidence to this effect, but he also admitted other uses. If it is a person, be presumed (e) means having a high regard of oneself.
Examples: "the presumption of innocence is one of the pillars of the justice system: the judge must prove that the defendant is guilty, and not otherwise", "Manager is not interested in doing a market study: there the presumption that the product will be a success ', 'I do not like artists who speak with presumption and who believe themselves more important than they are.
In law, the presumption usually refers to the legal recognition of an act or a particular fact until the contrary is proved. This means that an event is considered proven if there are assumptions in this sense. To cancel the presumption, it is necessary to present counter-evidence to support a different truth that is alleged.
You can take the case of a married couple who just have a child. From the legal point of view, the paternity of the husband is presumed by virtue of being married to the woman who has just given birth. To put an end to this presumption, should evidence in support of a different parenting. The husband, on the other hand, does not have to present evidence in support of his paternity.
The other meaning of the notion of presumption, however, refers to a person who brags. Someone can criticize the presumption of another who speaks all day culinary talents and his ability to make the best gourmet dishes.
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