- In common parlance, information, intelligence, or knowledge. In law, actual notice, constructive notice, express notice or implied notice. 39 Am J1st Notice § 3. The acclaim or criticism in the press of the performance of an actor, musician, or dancer. Whatever is sufficient to put a person upon inquiry is notice of all the facts to which that inquiry will lead when prosecuted with reasonable diligence and in good faith. Texas Co. v Aycock, 190 Tenn 16, 227 SW2d 41, 17 ALR2d 322. See actual notice; constructive notice; express notice; implied notice; personal notice.
Ballentine's law dictionary. Anderson, W.S.. 1998.