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The appeals court said the 23-day notice requirement was an administrative step and that the IRS had failed to meet the Powell requirements to establish a prima facie case for enforcement of the summons.
In that case, Speaker Gary Carr found that a prima facie case of contempt had been established.
The ECJ held that the right to privacy did not need to be infringed, as it was possible to refute a prima facie case of discrimination with other evidence, for example an equal opportunities recruitment policy.
Human rights tribunals and labour arbitrators have adopted different standards when determining the threshold issue of whether there is a prima facie case of discrimination.
Now living in Bo'ness, West Lothian, but originally from Middlesbrough, Mr Howes claims he is a victim of post-September 11 legislation which allows UK citizens to be extradited to the US without a prima facie case first being made.
After hearing testimony from 27 prosecution witnesses, Kuala Lumpur High Court Judge Mohamad Zabidin Mohamad Diah told the court he found ''a prima facie case has been made out against the accused'' and called on Anwar to enter a defense.
If Air Museum had satisfied its initial burden sufficient to establish a prima facie case that the registration had not acquired distinctiveness, the burden of production would have shifted to the Cold War Museum," Judge Kimberly Moore wrote.
Thailand has made a prima facie case of violation in respect of the measure at issue, and in the absence of arguments from the United States to the contrary, we rule in favour of Thailand," it concluded.
In producing his work of ecclesiastical rhetoric, he made significant contributions to contemporary argumentation theory by laying the groundwork for the concept of the prima facie case, adoption of the principles of presumption and the burden of proof in argumentation, and providing a foundation for the principles of tests and strategic uses of evidence.
For students to make a judgment (based upon the facts case and the presiding laws on discrimination) whether Rogers, Young, and Ford had a prima facie case.
He authored many books, including a four- volume text, Prima Facie Case Proof and Defense, part of the Massachusetts Practice Series.
There appears to be a prima facie case to answer in respect to Jacqui Smith's arrangements.
The court held, inter alia, that to establish a prima facie case of liability in a medical malpractice suit, a plaintiff must prove (1) the standard of care in the locality where the treatment occurred, (2) that the defendant breached that standard of care, and (3) that the breach of the standard was the proximate cause of injury.
However, the police released the body as soon as the preliminary investigations were over and after establishing a prima facie case against the alleged killers," he said.
There appears to be a prima facie case that the resolution moved by the Conservative group could have put the council into a position of possibly acting illegally," he said.