undue burden

undue burden

A legal term used to indicate that in the particular case under consideration, it would be a significantly difficult and/or expensive burden to meet all aspects of the Americans with Disabilities Act.
References in classic literature ?
Her influence continued through many years, and I can question it now only in the undue burden she seems to throw upon the individual, and her failure to account largely enough for motive from the social environment.
In their brief, the attorneys general assert that the District judge's ruling misapplied the law in three ways: 1) HB 454 does not place an undue burden on women seeking an abortion, 2) it does not place an undue burden on abortion providers, and 3) it should not have been struck down in its entirety by the lower court.
"I worry that there is an undue burden on the player to report incidents themselves.
(5) The Center for Reproductive Rights filed a complaint on behalf of Trust Women Wichita claiming the Kansas Telemedicine Act creates an undue burden for Kansas women seeking abortion procedures with limited access to facilities that offer these services.
In reaching its decision, the Court discarded the trimester framework of Roe and replaced it with the "undue burden" standard, under which states could impose regulations on abortions any time prior to the viability of the fetus, so long as such measures did not place a "substantial obstacle in the path of a woman seeking an abortion."
In his four-page dissent, he wrote that the main issue is whether the admitting-privileges requirement puts an "undue burden" on a woman's ability to have an abortion.
She directed devising mechanism of referral of patients till March 31 for reducing undue burden on teaching hospitals.
This has resulted in a lot of undue burden as the courts are required to issue both.
He said that a fresh loan would be an undue burden on the nation and its coming generations and must be avoided.
Eye examination requirement if the student's parent/guardian shows an undue burden or lack or access to a physician licensed to practice medicine in all of its branches who provides eye examinations or a licensed optometrist; or
"Given that he bills his time at $450 per hour, it seems unlikely that the costs associated with three hours of gathering and reviewing documents for production really amounts to a significant expense."<br />Undue burden<br />The court also refused to find three hours of document review and compliance was unduly burdensome.<br />The fact that responding to a subpoena requires a non-party to examine documents in his possession and determine which documents must be produced is not enough to show that the non-party will be subjected to an undue burden, the judge said.
'Gender inequality is manifested in different dimensions in Pakistan which means women's work is devalued and they end up working in low paid jobs and bear the undue burden of unpaid care work.