Natural Presumption Law and Legal Definition

Natural presumption means the deduction of one fact from another, based on common experience. Natural presumptions spoken of are usually spoken of in the law-books as presumptions of fact. Natural presumption is derived wholly by means of the common experience of mankind from the course of nature and the ordinary habits of society. Such presumptions are, therefore, wholly independent of the system of laws to be applied to the facts when established; they remain the same in their nature and operation whether the law of England or Code of Justician is to decide upon the legal effect and quality of facts when found." It is also called as presumption of fact.