From Black's Law Dictionary, 9th Edition (pp.654): ex facie (eks fay-shee-ee or -shee or -she). [Latin](1861) Archaic. On the face of it; evidently; apparently. The phrase typically referred to a defect appearing from the document itself, without further inquiry.
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