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Second, the district court did not believe that the markets discussed by the Plaintiffs at oral argument would be cognizable under Sherman Act analysis.
He means to reopen the question of a cognizable normative order to be found in nature and/or in revelation.
filed a petition on June 11 for certiorari with the Supreme Court asking the court to review an earlier decision to determine whether disparate impact claims are cognizable under the Fair Housing Act and, if so, under which test or standard.
the 1st Circuit addressed the issue of whether data breach claimants have suffered legally cognizable damages.
This damages award cannot stand because the jury's factual findings demonstrate both that the City has not established a cognizable injury, and that the City's damages claim is not ripe.
This Comment argues that a trial court's violation of the clearly established procedure for contesting peremptory strikes set down in Batson is cognizable on habeas review and merits habeas relief.
However, a shopkeeper at Delhi's Janakpuri area, during a visit by M AIL T ODAY last week, claimed to provide a vehicle theft FIR apart from a non- cognizable report for anything between ` 50 and ` 200 depending on the complaint.
The Fifth Circuit agreed with the lower court that implementing the administration's amnesty programs "would constitute a cognizable injury" to the states.
There is no real justification behind making possession and consumption of beef a cognizable offence.
Judge Garnett wrote the request was "not a legally cognizable reason for disclosure" and legislative change was "purely speculative and does not satisfy the requirements of law", RT reported.
Although a plain reading of the statute may indicate it encompasses many theories of theft, case-precedent has clarified that the perimeter of Article 121 only extends as far as those thefts previously cognizable at common-law or by early statute.
A First Information Report (FIR) is a written document prepared by police organizations in Bangladesh, India, and Pakistan when they receive information about the commission of a cognizable offence.
The law does not give them the right to force anyone to convert their religion, it is an offence under 295 A of IPC, a cognizable offence with three years of imprisonment," she added.
The court's findings said that the company had failed to explain "how this court or the district court should identify or even discern the existence of 'claimants that have suffered no cognizable injury.
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