(1) mistake, inadvertence
, surprise, or excusable neglect; or ...
Duterte, HNP chairperson, owned up to the mistake, saying that it was an 'inadvertence
" committed by the HNP secretariat.
The panel pointed out that, in the context of bankruptcy proceedings, the federal courts have indicated that to support a finding of judicial estoppel, a reviewing court must find that "(1) [the plaintiff] assumed a position that was contrary to the one that she asserted under oath in the bankruptcy proceedings; (2) the bankruptcy court adopted the contrary position either as a preliminary matter or as part of a final disposition; and (3) [the plaintiff's] omission did not result from mistake or inadvertence
The prosecutor said although the defendant had no memory of the accident, "it appears to have been caused by gross inadvertence
The IRS describes non-willful conduct as "conduct that is due to negligence, inadvertence
or mistake, or conduct that is the result of a good-faith misunderstanding of the requirements of the law."
This increases the risk that contractors may face contractual, civil or even criminal liabilities for implicit or explicit self-certifications that turn out to be incorrect, either through inadvertence
or negligence, or through conduct that amounts to a reckless disregard of the truth of the self-certification or outright false statements.
While considering a case of dishonesty in judicial proceedings what should not be lost sight of is that a legitimately acquired asset may not be declared on account of inadvertence
or honest omission on part of a contesting candidate.
It draws attention, among other things, to 'risks of misperceptions and inadvertence
due to the challenges inherent in signalling to multiple audiences simultaneously.'
There is nothing called inadvertence
when Google does something, it is done as a part of a conscious deliberate action or in compliance with certain statutory norms," he noted.
Brennan was given the benefit of the Probation Act, which meant no conviction was recorded against him, after the judge ruled the offences were "purely regulatory" and a consequence of "inadvertence
As noted in the joint statement of the Prosecutor General's Office and the Ministry of Emergency Situations, the Grave Crimes Investigation Department of the Prosecutor General's Office of Azerbaijan opened a criminal case under Article 314.2 (negligence entailing serious consequences by inadvertence
) in connection with the missing climbers.
a 'mere inadvertence
.' The PCMC said there was an amendment attached to the PO stating that it shall adopt all the terms under the TOR, including the requirement that the vaccines to be delivered shall have a shelf life of 18 to 24 months.
"The harm to the voters by way of potential confusion, inadvertence
, and/or mischief by the appearance of a disqualified name on the ballot far outweighs any inconvenience to the Board of Elections," Klavans wrote.
Of course we are not blaming the Parish Priest for this minor inadvertence
. Priests are too busy with their own responsibilities during big commemoration of religious events like the Holy Week.
An error arises if the criminal result occurs by reason of the offender's error whether such an error is negligence, inadvertence
, carelessness, recklessness, imprudence or non-compliance with laws, regulations, rules or orders."