Fact-finding definitions

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Of, resulting from, or for the purpose of such research.

A fact-finding trip prior to a Congressional hearing.

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The definition of fact-finding is behavior to uncover information or knowledge about something.

When you snoop around and find information about your Christmas presents when your parent's leave, this is an example of a fact-finding mission.

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The gathering of information; specif., preliminary research to gather facts for a later, full investigation, hearing, etc.
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Fact-finding is defined as gathering information and identifying important details.

An example of fact-finding is when a lawyer is investigating a case for his client and interviewing witnesses to try to put together what happened.

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Discovery or determination of facts or accurate information, especially by a neutral party in an effort to settle a dispute or controversy.
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The process of acting as the fact-finder.
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Alternative form of fact-finding.
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The determination of factual information.
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Designed to determine factual information; investigative.
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