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Law affording grounds for legal action
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The Supreme Court entertained four issues on the appeal: (1) whether the statutory deemed trust provided for by the PBA applies to wind up deficiencies; (2) assuming it does, whether it supersedes priority under the DIP agreement; (3) whether Indalex had fiduciary duties to plan members when considering its options in respect of insolvency, and if so whether those duties were actionably breached; and (4) supposing Indalex had actionably violated its fiduciary duties to plan members, whether a constructive trust was an appropriate remedy.
1900) (holding use of wells and pumping station to withdraw and market large quantities of water thereby lowering the underground water is actionably unreasonable); Rouse v.
502, 529 (2009) (holding that because the FCC failed to give Fox or ABC fair notice prior to the broadcasts in question that fleeting expletives and momentary nudity could be found actionably indecent, the Commission's standards as applied to said broadcasts were unconstitutionally vague).
68) The Court's decision in Fox upheld the FCC's order declaring actionably indecent Fox's broadcast of profane utterances by Hollywood stars as they accepted and presented awards during live telecasts of the 2002 and 2003 Billboard Music Awards.
Actionably Credible is regarded as the most complex universal direct primary quality requirement of data/information values.
It was for horses who had never won a race of any description before the start of the season, to be ridden by amateurs of every caste from mildly capable to actionably awful and preferably trained by some obscure farmer who had recently appeared in court for bringing a whole new meaning to the term 'animal husbandry'.
from the domain of the actionably private is no adventitious common law
78) For the next twenty-five years, the Commission took a cautious approach to enforcing its rule and reiterated that only the repetitive occurrences of indecent words were actionable, (79) In 2004, the Commission changed its position declaring that the "nonliteral (expletive) use of the F- and S- Words could be actionably indecent, even when the word is used only once.