Rebuttable


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Re`but´ta`ble

    (rė`bŭt´tå`b'l)
a.1.Capable of being rebutted.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Banks with limited trading assets and liabilities of less than $1 billion will have a rebuttable presumption of compliance with the Volcker Rule.
Summary: New Delhi [India], June 28 (ANI): The Congress party on Friday slammed Union Home Minister Amit Shah over his claims regarding former Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru, stating that a lot of things he said in the Lok Sabha today about the handling of Jammu and Kashmir were "absolutely and easily rebuttable."
'It is also important to underline that the Government Analysts while giving the details of tests/analysis, the results for each test and the test protocols applied in the Report, must remember that under section 36 of the Act, the report of the Government Analyst, whilst being admissible in evidence without formal proof, is rebuttable and can be questioned by the accused, inter alia, on the ground of non-compliance of the above information required under Rule 6.'
The bill, HF 1666, would establish a rebuttable presumption that a court shall award 50 percent of the parenting time for the child to each parent.
Employer may offer employee's preexisting diabetic condition and his failure to promptly seek medical attention as substantial rebuttable evidence against compensability.
In 2005, the legislature added a provision to the collateral source rule stating that there was a "rebuttable presumption" that the amount the plaintiff actually paid for medical care represents the value of that treatment.
If facts could be gleaned from the existing record, a father seeking to modify support obligations wasn't necessarily required to put on evidence of his children's current needs, since the Child Support Guidelines include a rebuttable presumption of such needs.
40A, 11, because she was identified as a property owner entitled to receive notice of the public hearing on the matter and the zoning board's decision.<br />According to the plaintiff, because the notice statute directs the local tax assessor to certify the list of property owners affected by a zoning board decision, her appearance on the tax assessor's list of certified abutters of the defendants' property, signified by her receipt of notice of the matter, entitled her to a rebuttable presumption of standing.<br />But Judge William J.
We believe a rebuttable presumption of shared parenting after separation will help the individuals involved draw up arrangements that genuinely put the interests of their children first.
We must then determine whether the presumption is rebuttable.
The circuit court on November 22, 2017 acquitted Holpus because there was no rebuttable evidence that he committed the crime he is accused of.