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equitable

1. Law relating to or valid in equity, as distinct from common law or statute law
2. Law (formerly) recognized in a court of equity only, as claims, rights, etc.
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Protected Planet 2014 finds that the physical coverage aspect of the target is likely to be met, but highlights a lack of progress in other areas, such as: ensuring protected areas are appropriately located in areas important for biodiversity and ecosystem services, are effectively and equitably managed, and are well-connected.
With our combined efforts, I am confident that we can build the equitably progressive Philippines we aspire for," he added.
Brom said, "Chapter 11 reorganization is now the best way available for us to compensate all of the victims as fairly and equitably as our resources will allow.
Ultimately, a simplified system would create more winners if it helped raise early awareness about the amount of aid a student would likely receive, increased application for aid among underserved students, and distributed aid equitably.
Only through legislative reform of public contracting laws to prevent public owners from hiding behind unqualified no damage for delay clauses will this issue ever be equitably resolved.
It distributes a debtor's property equitably among creditors and enables the debtor to start afresh.
Chapters address the reasons behind this disparity, promises for hope, global perspectives, and offer solutions to more equitably bring improved quality of life to all of India's people.
It is absolutely necessary to treat the sports equitably, and this is where the athletic director's leadership and influence may be required.
The court held that the limitations period for a [section] 1983 was equitably tolled during the pendency of the inmate's administrative grievance against officials, and that equitable tolling was also appropriate for the duration of the inmate's previous pro se [section] 1983 action arising from the same incident.
Ensuring birth parents are treated equitably in adoption law is absolutely the right thing to do," Community Resources and Employment Minister Joanne Crofford said.
As a Welshman and former serving soldier, I was dismayed to learn that in the Government's recent re-organisation of infantry regiments, Wales is being treated less equitably than Scotland.
So my question is why is Wales being treated less equitably and why are proud names and traditions being cast aside?