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matter of record

noun, Law.
1.
a fact or statement that appears on the record of a court and that can be proved or established by producing such record.
Origin
1600-1610
1600-10
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  • It should be a matter of record that this scheme was not formulated by the colleges.
  • In fact, it is a matter of record that hummus can promote peace.
  • Moreover, it is a matter of record that the approval committee refused to publish the dissenting views of its committee members.
  • As a matter of record he has stolen money from the insurance concern for which he works.
  • As a matter of record, this sequence is the only one in the film in which the potential excitement of the story is realized.
  • Examiners should also be mindful that the memorandum comments may be a matter of record at any required hearing.
  • Therefore, it should be written and a matter of record since it initiates a chain of official action.

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