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Synonyms for cognizable

capable of being known

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In a 223- page FAQ ( frequently asked questions) on GST, the Central Board of Excise and Customs ( CBEC) has also stated that other offences under the act are non- cognizable and bailable.
3) Any police-officer receiving such order may exercise the same powers in respect of the investigation (except the power to arrest without warrant) as an officer incharge of a police station may exercise in a cognizable case.
The business of campaigning for the presidency and vice-presidency constitutes a cognizable 'presidential elections market' for purposes of the antitrust laws," the suit claims.
Further RBI said that acceptance of money under money circulation/multi-level marketing/pyramid structures is a cognizable offence under the Prize Chit and Money Circulation (Banning) Act 1978.
During the hearing in the second week of September, justice Mahtre asked how the state police failed to find the Trinamool Congress MP's purported speech a cognizable offence despite getting all the documents, including the CD and newspaper clippings.
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.
Notwithstanding anything contained in the code, an offence punishable under this act shall be cognizable, non-bailable and non-compoundable.
Historically, courts have dismissed data breach claims for lack of standing, the absence of a cognizable injury under state law, or the failure to satisfy the stringent requirements for class certification, among other reasons.
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.
I quote from the November 2013 statement from the city of Boston to the FCC, which recently solicited feedback concerning radiofrequency limits: "The 1999-2000 judicial challenge to the FCC's 1996 rules never reached the issue of 'electrosensitivity' as a cognizable disability under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
Provocation of sexual sentiments was cognizable under Pakistan Penal Code Section 293 and Section 298," he told PTI, adding that authorities would not tolerate a school book containing such content.
are in flagrant violation of section 295(A) of Indian Penal Code, 1860, as they "deliberately, intentionally and maliciously outraged the religious feelings of Muslims in written words and are cognizable and non-bailable.
The offences under the said sections are cognizable and non-bailable.
Objective: To study the pattern of cognizable offences in Karachi.
Smith gives an especially powerful analysis of religious liberty historically and legally, concluding that "On modern secular assumptions, there is no realm of reality--no realm cognizable by the state, at least--that transcends the secular" (his emphasis).
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