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Does the following sentense make any sense?
"At all material time during the course of the Plaintiff's renovation work, he constantly committed negligence?"
Now your explanation makes a lot sense about the specific menaing of "at all material time" in the legal context. Previosuly I understand "material" generically means "relevent" or "important". Yours is the most precise definition.
Anonymous:the word material is usually used to show that they are speaking of most of the time.
In accounting material error means a mistake which can cause the financial report to be mistated in a very large value or may mislead the decision making of investors.
In the context of law, it sounds more to like practical or make sense. Which can affect the agreement or contract.
Hope this helps. Correct me if Im wrong.
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