DUE PROOF - Black's Law Dictionary

What is DUE PROOF? Definition of DUE PROOF in Black's Law Dictionary – Legal dictionary – Glossary of legal terms.

Within policies requirements mean such a statement of facts, reasonably verified, as, if established in court, would prima facie require payment of the claim, and does not mean some particular form of proof which the insurer arbitrarily demands. Miskelley v. Home Life Ins. Co., 205 N.C. 496, 171 S.E. 862, 868; National Life Ins. Co. v. White, D.C. Mun. App., 38 A.2d 663, 666. Sufficient evidence to support or produce a conclusion; adequate evidence. Lando v. Equitable Life Assur. Soc. of U. S., D.C. Cal., 11 F. Supp. 729, 732.

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