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Legislative Facts

Matters of such general knowledge that they need not be proven to an ADMINISTRATIVE AGENCY that is deciding a question of policy.

General information and ideas affecting a blanket increase in property valuations are an illustration of legislative facts, as distinguished from individual grounds for the assessment of each parcel of property, which are adjudicative facts—information pertaining to the businesses and activities of parties to administrative proceedings.

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