uncontroverted


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uncontroverted

(ˌʌnkɒntrəˈvɜːtɪd)
adj
lacking controversy or undisputed
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"With this kind of information and evidence which remains uncontroverted, an order to restrain eviction cannot apply as there is nobody to evict or injunct against," the judge said.NOT MERITED"For the above reasons stated, it is my finding that the application is not merited and the same is dismissed with no order as to cost," he added.
of Haryana) wherein it is an uncontroverted fact that, 'The subject land is neither a protected, reserved, recorded or unclassified forest.' It also clearly states that the land is neither notified under Section 4 of the Punjab Land Preservation Act,1900 ('PLP Act,1900') nor previously closed under the said Act by a special order.
'Instead of heeding this clear admonition of the Supreme Court in settled jurisprudence which forms part of our legal system, the DOJ Panel of Prosecutors shirked from its duty to consider this uncontroverted fact and the overwhelming evidence that I presented to establish my innocence,' he added.
Supreme Court denied the motions, but the Appellate Division reversed, as the evidence was uncontroverted that it was snowing at the time of the accident, and plaintiff had no proof that the ice was pre-existing.--LNR
We agree with Justice Huscrofts uncontroverted observation that nothing stops the provinces from taking steps to reduce their GHG emissions, and hence the emissions of Canada as a whole, and they are in fact doing so.
Justice Tafa further stated that based on the applicants' uncontroverted evidence, the court had arrived at the conclusion that the ranch fell well within the parameters of Category One of RASA-eligible areas with the greatest hardships, as among other things, there was no public transport for applicants to access the A1 Road and that they used earth or sand roads.
"That the lack of or delay in the resolution benefits the Cayetano couple who continue [to] contend in the election despite the strong and uncontroverted evidence showing that they lack the minimum residence qualifications imposed by the Constitution," it further read.
(Uncontroverted researches by Supreme Court Senior Justice Antonio T.
Thus, the District Court concluded it is appropriate to grant a buyout on motion if the record reflects at least one uncontroverted incident of unfairly prejudicial conduct.
Wilkinson, Romero's appellate attorney and a Baltimore solo practitioner, told the judges that the evidence was "uncontroverted" before the circuit court.
It said it was proper for the Ombudsman to consider his failure to file a counter-affidavit as a waiver of his right to file the same, which meant that allegations in the complaint remained uncontroverted. The high court also argued that it was "premature" of Lim to resort to the extraordinary remedy of certiorari "as there are remedies before the Sandiganbayan that are still available to Lim at this point." In the meantime, the Sandiganbayan First Division has asked the SC for an additional 30 days before handing out a verdict on the plunder and graft charges against Revilla.
These facts stand un-contradicted and uncontroverted by any evidence produced by the prosecution in the instant case.
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