De Facto Control

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Definition

De Facto Control. Control that is understood, due to condition or situation treated as standard or official, even if not explicitly stated (or actually standardized)

Used for relationships where there is asserted to be control but the type of control is either unknown or immaterial. This includes where the existence of real control of some thing or some company is inferred by running inferencing on some set of de jure controlling interests, and also where control is baldly asserted and there is nothing known about how or why such control comes about.

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