Presumption of legitimacy
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The presumption of legitimacy is a common law rule of evidence that states that a child born within the subsistence of a marriage is deemed to be the child of the husband.
- "The Presumption of Legitimacy". biotech.law.lsu.edu. Retrieved 2010-06-12.
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