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capable of being supported by argument

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open to argument or debate

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Granting permission to appeal, Mr Justice Teare said there was "an arguable point" as to whether evidence of a charge of fraud made against the complainant should have been included.
He added: "I am persuaded by Richard Lissack QC, who appears for the (club), that a number of points he takes in relation to other grounds of challenge make it at least arguable that their challenge to the warrants will succeed."
Lord Justice Floyd said it was "at the very least arguable" that the injunction against Mr Luxton should not have been granted.
'"We are not persuaded that there is an arguable case to show the convictions are unsafe or that there are good grounds for granting the lengthy extension of time that he seeks
Chris says: "It's arguable that without smokey dives like the Club A GoGo and the New Orleans, there would be no Sting or Animals or Roxy Music!" He adds: "Jazz was, and in some circles still is, regarded as subversive.
But his appeal bid was rejected by three of the country's top judges, who said there were no arguable grounds for challenging the verdict.
Given the church/ state divide in Western culture, there may be some reluctance within the school system to purchase the overtly religious, but it is arguable that to be educated is to be knowledgeable of all the epistemologies, stories, beliefs and values that ground history, literature and even contemporary culture.
Judges at the Court of Appeal in London said the 30-year-old former world No.2 Test bowler, who was released from jail in May last year after serving half of a 12-month sentence, did not have an arguable case for attacking his conviction.
She conceded that the protesters had an "arguable" case on human rights grounds, and gave permission to appeal, since the case raised freedom of speech issues that were of "fundamental importance" (ibid).
(b) A subordinate lawyer does not violate the Rules of Professional Conduct if that lawyer acts in accordance with a supervisory lawyer's reasonable resolution of an arguable question of professional duty
Last year, the elderly Kenyans won a ruling from Mr Justice McCombe that they had "arguable cases in law", but they are now facing the Government's claim that the actions were brought outside the legal time limit.
But yesterday, his counsel Chris Shead told judges at the Court of Criminal Appeal in Edinburgh that three others that had been rejected should also be included as they were "arguable".
In essence I made two points in my review essay and I acknowledge that both are very arguable.
Judge Mr Justice Stadlen said the Israeli citizen had a "good arguable case" to support his claim for a judicial review.