(4) The petitioners argued that, because courts could use nonstatutory standards of review like manifest disregard
, parties could also use nonstatutory standards of review, like clear errors of the law.
Court chairman Douglas Wynne said: 'You have a total disregard
for other road users and a blatant disregard
for court orders.'
"We want every war pensioner to claim this disregard
, so would urge them to contact our benefits helpline for assistance."
Campaigners say war pensioners and widows are as much as pounds 170 worse off than in areas which disregard
such payments and label the system an outright betrayal of ex-servicemen.
and ignore them and their irresponsible website,'' he said.
This article will discuss one of the non-statutory grounds--manifest disregard
of the law--and the impact Harbert should have on a losing party's consideration before seeking judicial relief through a motion to vacate.
"Increasing the war pensioner disregard
has been a priority of ours for a number of years," said council leader Coun Bob Symonds.
By taking the office expense deduction for the artwork on Conour's 1992 tax return, Schneider intentionally disregarded
revenue ruling 68-232, which says taxpayers may generally not expense of depreciate fine art.
the agency's legal mandate, purpose and accountability.
But the blatant disregard
for honesty when confronted with a clear and evident truth is damning,' she said in a statement.
According to a statement issued and signed by the state Police Public Relation Officer, DSP Matthias Tyopev Terna, the command said there was no iota of truth in the writeup and called on members of the public to disregard