Genuine issue

Definition
: an issue of fact that requires adjudication by trial rather than summary judgment because sufficient evidence exists to support a verdict for the party opposing the motion for summary judgment
The burden is on the party moving for summary judgment to show that no genuine issue is in dispute.



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