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constructive notice

Notice that is deemed to have been received by a person,whether or not the person actually received it.

• All citizens are presumed to have constructive notice of the law.
• All persons have constructive notice of the contents of documents recorded in the public real estate records.
• The owner of property has constructive notice of any persons in actual possession of the property and claiming adversely to the owner.

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But, even in cases where the owner was not aware of the actual snow and ice condition that caused the injury, courts may hold the owner responsible if it can be shown that the owner had constructive knowledge of the condition that caused the injury.
Co held that "an insurance company is bound by all acts, contracts, or representations of its agent, whether general or special, which are within the scope of his real or apparent authority, notwithstanding they are in violation of private instructions or limitations upon his authority, of which the person dealing with him, acting in good faith, has neither actual nor constructive knowledge."
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THE National Council of Educational Research and Training ( NCERT) feels students should gain more of constructive knowledge than learn the definitions given in textbooks.
Because the initial transfer did not render the company insolvent, and the taxpayers had no actual or constructive knowledge that the purchasing company would enter into a transaction that would cause the insolvency, the court rejected the IRS' argument and found that the taxpayers could not be held liable.

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