Inc., a 2010 Court of Appeals case, "a valid judgment may not be collaterally
attacked" in other words, attacked in a proceeding other than a direct appeal.
"We questioned LLDA's jurisdiction because our leased property is titled under the Torrens System, which the LLDA cannot collaterally
attack by simply claiming that it is part of the shore land and forcibly ousting us," IPM said.
'IPM questioned the LLDA's jurisdiction because IPM's leased property is titled under the Torrens System, which the LLDA cannot collaterally
attack by simply claiming that it is part of the shoreland and forcibly ousting IPM thereto.
Defendant further asserts that plaintiff is collaterally
estopped from maintaining the present action by virtue of an order, rendered on default, by the Civil Court, Queens County (Richard G.
On the impact of correlation between collaterally
consanguineous cells on lymphocyte population dynamics.
2254 claiming that, in light of his acquittal of murder, the state was collaterally
estopped from prosecuting him as an armed habitual criminal because of Ashe v.
Saha, the assistant general manager of the bank, whereby a wide gap was found in the valuation of the properties collaterally
secured with the bank at the time of sanction and enhancement with its present market value.
4, 2015, the defendant moved pursuant to Rule 9.1 of the Superior Court Rules of Criminal Procedure to dismiss the criminal charges, arguing that the Traffic Tribunals dismissal collaterally
estopped the criminal charges from proceeding.
, it shows that friendship and politics are similar up to the point where politics can legally involve state power to punish.
On the other hand, it was also seen that the chip slenderness ratio decreased collaterally
with the thrust force when the drill point angle increased for the theoretical chip slenderness ratio.
The syndicate stated that Trump's decision is yet another move in a series of biased decisions taken collaterally
with Israel at the expense of the usurped, legitimate rights of others.
(15) Almost every inmate interested in collaterally
challenging a state conviction will encounter the state postconviction apparatus.
Chen observes that Qing efforts to stall the flow of opium employed legal arguments that appeared to make some headway, but ultimately suffered collaterally
from persistent British demands that compensation be paid for opium destroyed by a Qing special commissioner.
Note that Article 53 of the Convention provides that a party dissatisfied with an award may challenge it on various grounds, but may do so only through proceedings at the Centre and not collaterally
in the courts of member states.
1999), (10) limiting the scope of an individual class member's ability to collaterally
attack a judgment.