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conclusive proof


evidence, information, or a fact etc that proves that something is true. The term is used in law, but also has a wider and more general meaning. The term conclusive evidence is sometimes preferred in law.
Under Section 25(1) of the Persons With Disabilities Act, she said an OKU card was conclusive proof of a person's disability.

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