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admissible

Law (esp of evidence) capable of being or bound to be admitted in a court of law

admissible

(algorithm)
A description of a search algorithm that is guaranteed to find a minimal solution path before any other solution paths, if a solution exists. An example of an admissible search algorithm is A* search.
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Citing another judgement of the apex court, Mr Pervez said that the court had declared that a JIT report was not admissible evidence and it might be termed opinion of the investigation team.
The only admissible evidence was what Zia himself had collected, he added.
While Wajid Zia, head of the Joint Investigation Team (JIT) that probed the Panama Papers scam, was recording his statement, Amjad Parvez, representing Maryam Nawaz and Capt (retd) Muhammad Safdar, stood up and objected that the JIT report was not admissible as evidence.
LAHORE: Punjab government is all set to have the Qanoon-i-Shahadat amended to make scientific evidence, including DNA reports, admissible for convictions in criminal cases, according to a report by Dawn.
New Delhi: In the age of digitisation and increasing reliance on computerised records in judicial proceedings, the Supreme Court has held that the requirement of a certificate to make an electronic evidence admissible is not mandatory "wherever interest of justice so justifies".
Legal experts have said that DNA is admissible evidence, especially in criminal cases, and that each case is dealt differently depending on its nature.
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Summary: "Smart contracts need to be developed to the point where they are admissible in court and can be used in dispute resolution,"said Khalid Hamad.
The trial court found that medical expense evidence was admissible under Section 490.
The camera was monitoring the active nest of a breeding pair of hen harriers on the Cabrach Estate, but the Crown Office said the evidence would not be admissible in court.
13(1)(b) Admissible assets in excess of liabilities to meet the minimum solvency requirements company, in the present case, was not having admissible assets in excess requirements, as prescribed through R.
The Supreme Court (SC) declared all the petitions filed over Panama Leaks issue as admissible.