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If, in the trustee's judgment, `` reasonable market conditions '' did not prevail during any given year, he was to be allowed to petition the court for an extension of time within the ten-year period.
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If and judgment
If a broader Atlantic community is to be formed -- and my own judgment is that it lies within the realm of both our needs and our capacity -- a ready nucleus of machinery is at hand in the NATO alliance.
If they are to be commended for foresight in their planning, what then is the judgment of a town council that compounds this problem during the planning stage??
When Dr. Wallace Buttrick, wise in his judgment of people, declined to have the Science Building named for him, he wrote Miss Tapley ( April 7, 1923 ) `` If you had asked me, I think I would have suggested that you name the building for Miss Upton.
If no excuse can be found or produced, the silence of the books is an authority against the defendant, and the plaintiff must have judgment.
If the acquittal is thrown out, the new trial is not considered to be double jeopardy because the first trial and its judgment would have been annulled.
If she did the latter, then it is very possible that, after the judgment, she danced naked in front of the audience as well, accompanied by the chorus.
If that judgment goes to appeal, the appellate court will have the opportunity to review both the precedent and the case under appeal, perhaps overruling the previous case law by setting a new precedent of higher authority.
If the court finds that presented evidence is not sufficient to support the charges or that a motion to render a judgment without substantial consideration of a case is submitted in violation of the requirements stipulated by the Criminal Procedure Code of Georgia, it shall return the case to the prosecution.
If the court satisfies itself that the defendant fully acknowledges the consequences of the plea agreement, and he / she was represented by the defense council, his / her will is expressed in full compliance with the legislative requirements without deception and coercion, also if there is enough body of doubtless evidence for the conviction and the agreement is reached on legitimate sentence-the court approves the plea agreement and renders guilty judgment.
If an appellate court determines that reversible error occurred, it may reverse the judgment of the lower court and order a new trial on such terms and conditions as are found to be just.
If the plaintiff is so determined, a bond may be required, and if the bond requirement is not met within a specified time period, a judgment of dismissal is ordered.
If the heart was in balance with the Feather of Ma ' at, the ka passed judgment and was granted access to the Beautiful West as an akh who was ma ’ a heru (“ true of voice ”) to dwell among the gods and other akhu.
If in the prescriber's judgment dosing in drops would be appropriate, it should be borne in mind that in contemporary medicine, there are 20 drops per mL.
If the patient doesn't pay the bill, the hospital can sue the patient and the unsatisfied judgment will likely appear on the patient's credit report.
# If you don't have free will to have done other than X we cannot make the moral judgment that you shouldn't have done X.
If the landlord has already obtained a judgment of possession prior to the bankruptcy case being filed, a Debtor must deposit an escrow for rent with the Bankruptcy Court, and the stay may be lifted if the Debtor does not pay the Landlord in full within 30 days thereafter, § 362 ( b )( 22 ).
If the House of Lords was in recess, the Lord Chancellor or Senior Lord of Appeal in Ordinary could recall the House to give judgment.
If the plaintiff is successful, judgment will be given in the plaintiff's favor, and a variety of court orders may be issued to enforce a right, award damages, or impose a temporary or permanent injunction to prevent an act or compel an act.
If the case settles, the parties might choose to enter into a stipulated judgment with the settlement agreement attached, or the plaintiff may simply file a voluntary dismissal, so that the settlement agreement is never entered into the court record.
If the judgment is for the plaintiff, then the defendant must comply under penalty of law with the judgment, which will usually be a monetary award.
If all assets are located elsewhere, the plaintiff must file another suit in the appropriate court to seek enforcement of the other court's previous judgment.
If two competing readings occur equally often, then the editor uses his judgment to select the correct reading.
If and reasonable
If your child works for you, you may deduct reasonable wages you paid to him for services he rendered in your business.
If the Af bond is linear then there are three reasonable positions for the hydrogen atoms: ( 1 ) The hydrogen atoms are centered and hence all lie on a sheet midway between the oxygen sheets ; ;
If the deficiency persists long enough, it is reasonable to suppose that the Af label will reflect the Af distribution in the thyroglobulin.
If the transferor has substantial assets other than the claim, it seems reasonable to assume no corporation would be willing to acquire all of its properties in the dim hope of collecting a claim for refund of taxes.
If a defendant has been convicted and can prove that his lawyer did not adequately handle his case and that there is a reasonable probability that the result of the trial would have been different had the lawyer given competent representation, he is entitled to a new trial.
If a person is to be punished criminally, then the contempt must be proven beyond a reasonable doubt, but once the charge is proven, then punishment ( such as a fine or, in more serious cases, imprisonment ) is imposed unconditionally.
If the user is unable to identify what is being demonstrated in a reasonable fashion, the map may be regarded as useless.
If the disc cannot be found, there must be " reasonable evidence " that the disc went out-of bounds or the lost disc penalty is applied.
If the degree of underrepresentation is small, the sample can be treated as a reasonable approximation to a random sample.
If the officer has reasonable grounds that the traveller is or might have been infected with a communicable disease or refused to provider answers, a quarantine officer ( QO ) must be called and the person is to be isolated.
If the injured party can prove that the person believed to have caused the injury acted negligently – that is, without taking reasonable care to avoid injuring others – tort law will allow compensation.
If Wallace was indeed an archer he must have been a professional, worth paying a reasonable sum of money for military services.
If the crystal were of any reasonable size, the number of electrons ( or holes ) required to be injected would have to be very large, making it less than useful as an amplifier because it would require a large injection current to start with.
If psychologists ’ ethical responsibilities conflict with law, regulations, or other governing legal authority, psychologists clarify the nature of the conflict, make known their commitment to the Ethics Code and take reasonable steps to resolve the conflict consistent with the General Principles and Ethical Standards of the Ethics Code.
If the demands of an organization with which psychologists are affiliated or for whom they are working are in conflict with this Ethics Code, psychologists clarify the nature of the conflict, make known their commitment to the Ethics Code, and take reasonable steps to resolve the conflict consistent with the General Principles and Ethical Standards of the Ethics Code.
If they cannot, then a duel is reasonable ... to wait would be to continue suffering the horrible torture of offended honor ...".
If there is clear subjective evidence that the accused did not have foresight, but a reasonable person would have, the hybrid test may find criminal negligence.
If the trier of fact has no doubt as to the defendant's guilt, or if their only doubts are unreasonable doubts, then the prosecutor has proven the defendant's guilt beyond a reasonable doubt and the defendant should be pronounced guilty.
If the judge rules that such burden has been met, then of course it is up to the jury itself to decide if they are, in fact, convinced of guilty beyond a reasonable doubt.
If reasonable doubt still persists, an exploratory peritoneal lavage or laparoscopy may be performed.
) If the subject is arrested in a home, police may search the room in which they were arrested, and conduct a " protective sweep " of the premises where there is reasonable suspicion that other individuals may be hiding.