Meaning of rebuttable in English:


Pronunciation /rɪˈbʌtəbl/


See rebut

‘There was a presumption for life, but the presumption is rebuttable.’
  • ‘If you regard a presumption as rebuttable, you are NOT following it dogmatically!’
  • ‘However, if the transfer is to a child… there is a rebuttable presumption of advancement or gift instead.’
  • ‘Additionally, the bill will create a rebuttable presumption: If procedures are not physically documented in the audit documentation, the procedures were not performed.’
  • ‘The second test therefore uses a rebuttable presumption of intention.’