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This term is something of a misnomer. While the use of the word actual generally removes any implications of presumptions of the issue, here the word is used in the exception. Actual notice involves both the express information of a fact, as well as circumstances of approximate knowledge from which an inference of notice is clearly justified. Approximate knowledge is what should be gained by a reasonably cautious and prudent persons investigating to ascertain the ultimate facts.

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