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Synonyms for cause

Synonyms for cause

that which produces an effect

a basis for an action or a decision

that which provides a reason or justification

a goal or set of interests served with dedication

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a legal proceeding to demand justice or enforce a right

Synonyms for cause

events that provide the generative force that is the origin of something

a justification for something existing or happening

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a comprehensive term for any proceeding in a court of law whereby an individual seeks a legal remedy

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The order further says that the Dar's bail guarantor, Ahmed Ali Quddusi, forfeited the surety bond, was unable to produce the accused and was unable to show a sufficient cause for not being able to pay the penalty.
The bill is also pushing for certain controversial provisions such as granting the President the power, through the Executive Secretary to appoint barangay officials; and inclusion of the names of incumbent barangay officials in the President's drug list as sufficient cause for the appointment of barangay officers-in-charge.
d) Before launching a fraud investigation, Michael should determine whether there is sufficient cause or reason for an investigation.
In sum, the CHR believes that there is sufficient cause for the Ombudsman to investigate PSupt.
ca/t/gfbm4], the trial judge used context to determine whether Kim's misconduct constituted sufficient cause.
resume the adjourned inquest if in his opinion there is sufficient cause to do so.
The elevated market thresholds certain in a merger were not necessarily sufficient cause for the FTC to order the breadth of now-consummated asset sales.
While it was a great day for Chiong, reigning champion apprentice Dicky Lui had his licence withdrawn as the licensing committee decided he had not shown sufficient cause to remain riding in the country.
It means we can't close the book on deflationary pressures right yet," he said, adding it was sufficient cause for the ECB to err on the side of caution.
After all, disrupting classroom assignments and forcing change upon students without sufficient cause only makes life more unsettled and unpredictable for students and families.
The bylaws are unclear as to what constitutes sufficient cause for a request for suspension by the board.
Whether an employer has sufficient cause to insist on accessing the personal account in a particular instance can be difficult to answer.
Wrexham Council said that the authority had 'very few applications' for hardship relief and those submitted did not provide sufficient cause to warrant the award.
The Department of Justice, in a resolution, had earlier found sufficient cause to order the arrest of Co and his wife for violations of presidential decree No 1689 or the law against swindling or fraud.
Hopgood said that if the prospects of a radioactive waste repository less than a mile from the shore of Lake Huron wasn't a sufficient cause for alarm, "it is now becoming clear that those fears are just the beginning.