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Relevant and significant. in a lawsuit, “material evidence” is distinguished from totally irrelevant or of such minor importance that the court will either ignore it, rule it immaterial if objected to, or not allow lengthy testimony upon such a matter. a “material breach” of a contract is a valid excuse by the other party not to perform. however, an insignificant divergence from the terms of the contract is not a material breach.

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