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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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It, therefore, may not matter where one resides within the republic or which tribe clinches the presidency since all Kenyans would then access services equitably whether in urban, semi-urban, rural or semi-rural areas.
" "Unlike before, programs and projects are now equitably funded for all legislative districts, regardless of their (political affiliation)," he said.
"Instead, conceding he missed the deadline, Tay-Chan proffers the doctrine of equitable tolling: he says the ninety-day cut-off should have been equitably tolled based on the ineffective assistance provided to him by his attorney.
aACoeWe will have to devise innovative plans to ensure that minorities, particularly the Muslim minority, are empowered to share equitably the fruits of development.
The island's oil and gas resources, like all of its resources, should be equitably shared between both communities on the island in the context of an overall settlement".
'Our regulation is two-fold, first as a securities regulator, we have a duty to ensure that every shareholder is fair, equitably and similarly treated and given sufficient information regarding the transaction.
She wrote that she was open to talking with trustees about her resignation and working with them "to ensure that the new student trustee is treated equitably."
Addressing various delegations here on Wednesday, Mujtaba Shuja-ur-Rehman maintained there is a need to utilize national resources equitably for setting up of a peaceful society and economic prosperity of the masses.
Summary: Antonio Guterres says quota system will force European nations to more equitably handle spike in asylum seekers.
Bosses insisted the changes would mean all staff were "compensated fairly and equitably" but Unison said a cut in unsocial hours pay would reduce incomes by PS1,000 a year.
Aquino III gave this advice to the fresh graduates of 2014 while encouraging them to contribute in building an equitably progressive country.
We must use it more equitably and intelligently, and called for closer cooperation between countries to tackle 'water challenges'..