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Brasher's Cascade Auto Auction

n16 The question of what affect a rule will have on the future is an ex ante or forward-looking inquiry. Reviewing findings of fact for substantial evidence is an ex post or backward-looking inquiry. (See Solum, Legal Theory Lexicon 001: Ex Ante/Ex Post  <http://legaltheorylexicon.blogspot.com/2003_09_01_
legaltheorylexicon_archive.html
>  [as of June 25, 2004].)
Brasher's Cascade Auto Auction v. Valley Auto Sales & Leasing, 119 Cal. App. 4th 1038, 1057 (Cal. Ct. App. 2004)
   

    

Note: The blog post referred to in the case, "Legal Theory Lexicon 001: Ex Ante/Ex Post," is towards the bottom of the page, under Sunday, September 14, 2003.

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