Q4: If there are no reasons to take up the matters pertaining to Justices Isa and Agha out of turn, then does not doing so indicate bias, disentitling
the presently constituted council to continue its proceedings against the said judges?
In rejecting all of the grounds of appeal advanced by the trustees, the Court of Appeal upheld the decision of the trial judge in favour of Mr and Mrs de Pury, and agreed that there had not been any breach of fiduciary duty disentitling
Mr and Mrs de Pury to their commission.
* Bringing non-participating shareholders in a crime and disentitling
them from pursuing civil litigation.
its law of any claim to legitimacy or obedience.
The bill provides for "disentitling
" the offender from defending any civil claim.
It argued that without disentitling
the defendants, it would lose its interest in the case because allowing the defendants to keep their assets would mean that they would continue to spend them until they were gone.
(136.) As a rule, lawyers are entitled to a fee based on quantum meruit when their representation falls below ethical or professional standards--thus disentitling
them to their full fee--or their representation is properly terminated.
(43) On the question of disentitling
conduct, the judge found that while his conduct was not meritorious, consisting as it did 'in a failure to take positive steps to assist his mother rather than any wrongdoing', (44) it was nonetheless not disentitling
Consequently, through the deliberate use of patriarchy and its network of cultural values and social obligations to expand capital penetration, microcredit programs succeed in exacerbating gender inequalities and disentitling
women, rather than empowering them.
* Misconduct or poor character disentitling
the claimant to relief;
the Poor: Waivers and Welfare 'Reform,' 26 U.