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merit

Christianity spiritual credit granted or received for good works

merit

[′mer·ət]
(electronics)
A performance rating that governs the choice of a device for a particular application; it must be qualified to indicate type of rating, as in gain-bandwidth merit or signal-to-noise merit.
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[section]468.619(7) provides that a "court of competent jurisdiction" (20) must find that the action taken by DBPR or BCAIB against the code enforcement official is meritless, or that a judgment in such an action must be entered in favor of the enforcement official, recovering fees under F.S.
NetSol said in a prepared statement, "While it generally is not our practice to comment on pending legal matters or attorney advertising, we believe this lawsuit is meritless. We have engaged counsel and will vigorously defend ourselves, including, but not limited to, filing a motion to dismiss.
Issuing Sturgess with a two-year General CRO, Mr Justice Hickinbottom said: "Without such an order, I am satisfied that the claimant will continue to issue meritless claims and applications, and seek ways in which to manoeuvre round any limits of a lesser order.
But only in America is there is no universal right to recover those millions lost to defending against a lawsuit found meritless. Twice.
Proponents say LARA would increase plaintiffs' accountability for meritless lawsuits and deter future frivolous claims.
A News Corp spokeswoman said the lawsuit was "meritless" and added that Shine was a "very attractive business" that fitted with the company's entertainment portfolio.
An early warning to taxpayers of its intent to attack aggressive positions can often curb the appetite for questionable or even meritless tax return filings.
"Even though a substantial majority of claims are dropped or decided in favor of physicians, the cost of defending against meritless claims averages over $22,000," their letter said.
Carter are meritless and will vigorously defend itself and intends to pursue the obligations owed to Highland's investors," the Highland spokesperson said.
The news related to this is meritless and frivolous." There was also a minor scuffle at Amrita Shergill Marg when ED officials jumped over the wall of one of the offices as its gates were not open.
He added: "Now the economy has begun to stabilise, the Lehman estate are trying to retrade the deal on the basis of a meritless argument."
The lawyers certainly spared no expense in pursuing meritless claims against Chevron for 10 years, which a federal jury unanimously rejected."