120, and "would be inconsistent with chapter 120's emphasis on de novo proceedings and its prohibition against an agency's rejection of an [administrative [l]aw [j]udge's conclusion of law
unless the agency makes a specific finding that its own interpretation of law is 'as or more reasonable' than the rejected interpretation.
Appeals to the Secretary shall be given due course on the decision of the Regional Director on serious errors in the findings of facts or conclusion of law
which may cause grave and irreparable damage or injury to the appellant or coercion, fraud, or clear graft and corruption in the issuance of a decision Mariano said.
The phrase 'combination or series of overt criminal acts' in the Information is but a conclusion of law
, and not a statement of fact-" the motion read.
The issue is whether the AL's conclusion of law
is erroneous and whether the findings of fact are supported by the evidence in the record taken as a whole.
A sum of ` 50 lakh was remitted to SEBI " for the sole purpose of settling the matter on hand, without admitting or denying the guilt on the part of notice to the finding of fact or conclusion of law
," the SEBI order states.
The UN celebrated 30 years of the conclusion of Law
of the Sea Convention from 4 - 8 June with a well attended Conference of the Parties.
The court's conclusion of law
in this case directly conflicts with the Attorney General's opinion that 'a gathering of less than a quorum .
He illustrated with an allegation that the "defendant owes plaintiff $500," which was usually treated as an impermissible conclusion of law
under the codes.
10) quoted by the court in its earlier decision was a finding of fact made by the court after a bench trial and was not a conclusion of law
reached on a motion to dismiss.
The court held, inter alia, that the agency's conclusion of law
, stating that Collins abused the patient was supported by substantial evidence in the record, was not arbitrary, capricious, or an abuse of discretion, and was not affected by error of law.
Executive council members said they were concerned with a change that determinations in standard-of-care cases are a conclusion of law
, rather than a finding of fact, and can be made by a regulatory board.
When an agency rejects conclusions of law contained in a recommended order, it must state, with particularity, its reasons for so doing and make a finding that its substituted conclusion of law
is as, or more, reasonable than that which was either rejected or modified.