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reasonableness

[′rēz·nə·bəl·nəs]
(computer science)
A measure of the extent to which data processed by a computer falls within an acceptable allowance for errors, as determined by quantitative tests.
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The well-articulated role and properly described services explain the benefits to clients, but the ultimate step in determining reasonableness is the cost.
In real estate law, land use zoning and development criteria and approvals are subject to reasonableness.
Most of the academic commentary on Dunsmuir has been cautiously supportive, praising the changes that the Supreme Court of Canada sought to effect but suggesting that more may need to be done to develop a workable approach to reasonableness review.
4) The lack of clarity in the use of force reasonableness standard often leads to reasonableness being the default legal conclusion in cases brought against police officers, leaving victims of deadly police force without justice.
exploration of the varieties of reasonableness in the law were to
Spratlen recalled President Almazbek Atambayev's concerns over funding sources and support of those demonstrations, strikes and rallies that are against Kyrgyzstan, but underlined the necessity to understand the reasonableness of any rally by itself.
12) David Dyzenhaus has pushed even further in this direction in terms of choice of standards and argues that for a court to practice "deference as respect", there must be only one standard--an appropriately specified reasonableness review.
In Part III, this Note will detail why, with the reasonableness and totality-of- the-circumstances standards used by courts today in Fourth Amendment cases, the Eighth Circuit has adopted the best approach to resolving the issue of whether evidence of child molestation alone can create probable cause for a search warrant for child pornography.
In four recent Supreme Court decisions--Alberta Teachers', Halifax, Dore and Nor-Man--the author detects a movement toward Binnie J's concurring suggestion in Dunsmuir that there should be a presumption of judicial deference, which would generally require judges to review administrative decisions on a standard of reasonableness rather than correctness.
However, brokers are likely to require some type of concession from the insurer, such as a reduction in the insurance premium, in exchange for dropping reasonableness language from these clauses.
State Farms's witness list indicated that Debra Pacha had been retained by State Farm as an expert witness to testify as to "the reasonableness of charges for medical treatment rendered to" Mr.
First, the landowner must rebut the presumption of reasonableness by showing that the statutory rate is significantly or substantially below the standard of constitutional reasonableness.