Claim may refer to:
- Claim (legal)
- Claim (patent)
- Land claim
- Proposition, a statement which is either true or false
- A right
- Sequent, in mathematics
- A main contention, see conclusion of law
Other articles related to "claim, claims":
... instance, a valid source who empirically evaluates the claim must stand behind the belief ... for Psychical Research solely uses testimonials as evidence for their claims ... Also, the Society for Psychical Research fails to mention any evidence that disproves the claim and does not address any of these studies ...
... from particulars, it would be inductively logical to claim that the sun sets because I get up in the morning, or that all buses must have drivers in them (if you've never ... purporting to give valid support for a claim are either circular or question-begging ... deductive argument (an inference from premises to a conclusion) for a given claim, then the content of the claim must already be contained within the ...
... Normally, when one makes a claim that a loan has been repaid, he would be expected to produce evidence that it had been repaid, such as a receipt ... the lender cannot prove the existence of the loan, that claim would have prevailed ... Therefore, the claim that the loan was repaid is believed as well ...
... Claim of title or claim of right ... intent to take the land as one's own constitutes "claim of right." Other cases have determined that a claim of right exists if the person believes he has rightful claim to the property ... actual possession, also demonstrate knowledge of guilt, as opposed to claim of right ...
... While colloquially, a person may term a law suit to be frivolous if he or she personally finds a claim to be absurd, in legal usage "frivolous litigation" consists ... The fact that a claim is lost does not imply that it was frivolous ... may be uncivil or harassing to the court, or may claim extreme remedies ...
Famous quotes containing the word claim:
“I have been searching history to see if really a woman has any precedent to claim the right to have her rights, and I am compelled to say that we men are not so much ahead of women after all, and the only way we have kept our reputation up is by keeping her downand dont you forget it!”
—George E. Foster, U.S. womens magazine contributor. The Womans Magazine, pp. 38-41 (October 1886)
“The vanity of men, a constant insult to women, is also the ground for the implicit feminine claim of superior sensitivity and morality.”
—Patricia Meyer Spacks (b. 1929)
“I call her old. She has one family
Whose claim is good to being settled here
Before the era of colonization,
And before that of exploration even.
John Smith remarked them as he coasted by....”
—Robert Frost (18741963)