Collateral issue

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COLLATERAL ISSUE, practice, pleading. Where a criminal convict pleads any matter, allowed by law, in bar of execution; as pregnancy, a pardon, and the like.

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By nuances, while designers often focus on an emerging new technology offering much improved performance in a specific aspect of their design, they often are not aware of the collateral issues to consider to incorporate that technology: materials that change thermal characteristics that alter fabrication and assembly; tolerance issues that may compromise an overall design; material compatibility, especially in multilayer construction, etc.
of Virginia) presents a concise edition of the fourth edition of his textbook on remedies, which has been shortened through edited cases (with most of the cuts occurring to the discussion of secondary issues) and heavy cuts in the notes and their additional illustrations, collateral issues, questions, descriptions of dissents, and law review articles.
The attorney asked whether there is a conflict on advising a client to accept a plea bargain agreement when that agreement stipulates the defendant cannot raise on appeal collateral issues, including ineffective assistance of counsel or prosecutorial misconduct.
Capital market solutions for funding reserves have been unavailable for the past two years as monoline problems, credit risk and collateral issues, and widening asset-backed security spreads have disrupted the market severely.
In the pest year, Gruetzmacher has worked with five of the nation's major airlines to give them more breathing room with collateral issues.
Christian support was sought and successfully recruited later when Britain, in 1920, accepted the League of Nations mandate to carry out that goal, although of course there were by that time other collateral issues at play, such as Britain's interest in protecting the Suez Canal and asserting itself in oil-rich Iraq.
I want fewer young women coming to the courthouse with these collateral issues.
Other reasons cited were excessive debt-to-income (DTI) ratios, collateral issues and unverifiable or incomplete application information.
At the same time I do know this situation does exist and we're all very deeply concerned when we discuss the issue of teen suicide and that's one of the collateral issues with drug and alcohol abuse.
Under the proposed regulations, there was no provision that applied the SOL to collateral issues, such as whether a gift was complete.