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Synonyms for triable

subject to legal proceedings

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2068, Binay said the state should enhance its protection to overseas Filipino workers (OFW) by strengthening the "extraterritorial" powers of the government by amending the Migrant Workers and Overseas Filipinos Act of 1995 and allowing violations committed abroad be triable under Philippine laws.
The RSPB said it is heartened by some of the Law Commission's recommendations, including the recognition of the seriousness of some wildlife crimes and the recommendation for an option for these cases to be triable at the Crown Court, where higher penalties are available.
The complainant has a liberty to prove the case beyond reasonable doubt at a stage subsequent to framing of notice in a summons triable case.
Four of the 9 cases had no psychiatric diagnosis at the time of the incident and were assessed as being accountable (capable of appreciating the wrongfulness of the act and of acting in accordance with the appreciation of wrongfulness) and triable (Table 1).
In opposition, the decedent raised a triable issue of fact as to whether the treatment received from the defendant was "continuous," whether the treatment she received at the Dolan Center on March 3, 2004, was related to her original condition, which the court determined presented an issue of fact Salerno v.
The Supreme Court of New York, subsequently denied a motion by Craig Hofsess and CVPH (hereinafter collectively referred to as defendants) for summary judgment, concluding that the plaintiffs had raised a triable issue of fact in Opposition to the defendants' motion for summary judgment.
the burden shifted to the plaintiff "to show by sufficient evidentiary proof of a triable tactual issue.
The parties have failed to present enough evidence to create a triable issue," the judge added.
Misconduct in public office is a common law offence triable only on indictment and carries a maximum sentence of life imprisonment.
The proposed changes would create one stalking offence that was triable only by magistrates - with a maximum sentence of six months.
SEVENTH CIRCUIT AFFIRMS A GRANT OF SUMMARY JUDGMENT, FINDING THAT CORPORATIONS MAY BE HELD LIABLE UNDER THE ALIEN TORT STATUTE, BUT PLAINTIFFS MUST CREATE A TRIABLE ISSUE OF WHETHER THE DEFENDANT VIOLATED CUSTOMARY INTERNATIONAL LAW
Lawyers for the travellers said they welcomed Basildon's acceptance that the case raised "serious triable issues''.
Lawyers for the travellers last night said they welcomed Basildon's acceptance that the case raised "serious triable issues".
The 1st Circuit concluded that although Arroyo did not touch Rosario or express any sexual interest, there was a triable issue of fact as to whether the abuse was motivated by sex.
The federal and Florida constitutions set out the right of access through the courts to redress grievances, and the redress realized is generally left to another right: "trial by jury of all issues triable as of right by jury.