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discretionary

adjective conative, discretional, elective, left to discretion, left to individual judgment, optional, selective, volitional, volitive
Associated concepts: discretionary authority, discretionary damages, discretionary power of the court, discretionary trusts
See also: alternative, circumspect, discreet, disjunctive, elective, judicious, juridical, spontaneous, voluntary
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30, 2010) (applying direct-collateral distinction to due process claim and finding that failure to advise of civil commitment consequence of plea is not violation of Due Process Clause because federal civil commitment statute provides discretionarily initiated separate proceeding rather than automatic consequence, and also holding that ineffective assistance of counsel claim fails because no evidence of misadvice or failure to advise); Maxwell v.
to provide discretionarily managed custom model portfolios with ERISA 3(38) coverage.
Although these cross-references may be conducted discretionarily, (275)
allows Councils to discretionarily limit access to a fishery provided
courts adhere to a broader jurisdictional basis the limits of which are not clearly determined, but rather narrowed down by the courts discretionarily applying doctrines such as forum non conveniens.
The Company's Board of Directors has authorized the Company to discretionarily purchase up to $50 million of Helix common stock in the open market.
In addition, as noted above, an estimated $150 million in pre-tax gain would have been reported in the second quarter of 2005 had the discretionarily retained loans been sold.
AUM are assets discretionarily managed by Canaccord as part of our Independence Accounts program that are beneficially owned by clients.
Countrywide will now be able to discretionarily reduce the capital investment required when originating loans and retaining servicing.
Rather, the FMC will test to confirm that: lenders consistently follow their own underwriting standards and risk-based pricing rules; loans were priced consistently across all similarly situated borrowers; and changes made in closed loan files were objectively based--not discretionarily based.
The Arch Family tick all the following boxes: absolute return focused; risk controlled; discretionarily managed; yet, according to Farrell "we are not a hedge fund".
While medical providers can "upgrade" numerical designations discretionarily based on knowledge of soldiers' conditions, the upgrades can mask limitations and cause commanders to deploy soldiers without needed board evaluations.