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relevancy noun

relevancy refers to whether or not something is important in relation to what is happening or being talked about. In law, the term relevancy is often used to refer to a test about the admissibility of evidence during a lawsuit.
We hold that plaintiff waived the right to challenge the relevancy of the testimony elicited by the defendants by "opening the door" to such testimony.

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