triable


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tri·a·ble

 (trī′ə-bəl)
adj.
1. Capable of being tried or tested: a triable plan.
2. Law
a. Capable of being resolved through a legal trial: a triable issue of fact.
b. Capable of being resolved in a particular legal forum.

triable

(ˈtraɪəbəl)
adj
1. (Law)
a. liable to be tried judicially
b. subject to examination or determination by a court of law
2. rare able to be tested
ˈtriableness n

tri•a•ble

(ˈtraɪ ə bəl)
adj.
subject or liable to judicial trial.
[1400–50; late Middle English < Anglo-French. See try, -able]
tri′a•ble•ness, n.
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triable

adjective
Law. Subject to legal proceedings:
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I believe, however, that in some of those States which have distinct courts of admiralty, the causes depending in them are triable by juries.
In opposition, the plaintiff failed to raise a triable issue of fact.
District Court Judge Christina Snyder in August addressed the issue of access in denying the defendants' motion for summary judgment, finding the plaintiffs "demonstrated a triable issue of fact as to access because 'Joyful Noise' achieved critical success, including a Grammy nomination, and was readily available and viewed millions of times on YouTube and MySpace."
191 million 408 thousand and 90 polio drops were delivered to children of 25 districts of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province; 37 million 989 thousand and 872 polio drops delivered to the children of 13 districts of Federally Administered Triable Areas; 61 million 10 thousand and 675 drops of polio vaccine delivered to the children of 33 districts of Baluchistan Province; and 117 million 32 thousand and 293 drops of polio vaccine to the children of 12 districts of Sindh Province.
Last month, Prime Minister Imran had announcement to spend Rs100 billion (Dh2.6billlion) to develop the backward triable areas in the country is one of his wisest decisions.
The committee and prosecution will decide in respect of all cases including bail matters, whether the same are triable by Sessions Judges as per column No 8 of Second Schedule to the Code of Criminal Procedure or by the ATC under section 6 of the Anti-Terrorism Act, 1997.
LA Superior Court Judge Michael Sternwrote: "Triable issues of fact remain to be determined concerning what plaintiff said, what he meant to convey by his conversation and how the defendants responded before it can be definitively concluded whether or not an implied in fact contract was formed,"
He said that a large people from Gilgit Baltistan, Triable areas and from agriculture sector do not need to file returns.
The panel then considered if the plaintiff could show that there was a genuine issue of triable fact as to whether the defendant's proffered nondiscriminatory reasons for its actions were pretextual.
Divorces at this income bracket present "triable issues" and clients who understand what to expect in the legal process.
DERAIL PROCEEDINGSInvestigations are hurried and when the matter is presented in court, it is found short of triable evidence and forcing several adjournments that end up prolonging the determination.Third, lawyers have perfected the trick of making adjournment applications to derail the proceedings.
A former Attorney General, Madam Betty Mould-Iddrisu, has maintained that her role in the judgement debt paid Mr Alfred Agbesi Woyome is not triable. According to her, the fact that she has since not been put before any court in that regard confirms her stand that her action could not be tried.