The afternoon was marred by a fatal accident to Averring
who broke a leg in front of the stands.
Once again, the Appellate Term has reiterated the heavy burden placed upon a family member claiming succession rights; that is, vague, unsupported, conflicting or conclusory allegations merely averring
co-occupancy, but lacking probative evidence, will be found to be insufficient to sustain the family member's succession claim.
As recently as the late 1940s, many clinicians deemed the procedure a medical impossibility, with Nobel laureate Sir Peter Medawar averring
that a mysterious biological force "forever will inhibit transplantation from one individual to another.
A quotation from a second law review article -- averring
that "non- deference is now a relic of the past" -- is equally cute.
701-2(d) elaborates on the comprehensive list of anti-abuse weapons by averring
that "the Commissioner can continue to assert and to rely upon applicable judicial principles and authorities (for example, substance-over-form, step-transaction, and sham-transaction doctrines) to challenge abusive transactions.