ex facie


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ex facie

‘on the face of it’.
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The court held that sub-constitutional legislation could not be used to circumvent and bypass constitutional provisions more so where the attempt is so blatant and ex facie designed to favour a few.
In line with this principle, the Army always takes stern action on Army personnel against whom ex facie cases have been and discharged summarily from the Army despite acquittal/pending action in civil courts.
She has submitted in her plea that the magistrate's order was " ex facie illegal, without jurisdiction, and has been passed without even complying with the basic ingredients of Section 204 of the Criminal Procedure Code.
The DG FIA has not only violated the judicial order of this Court but, ex facie, has rendered himself liable for disciplinary proceedings under the E&D Rules, it noted.
I have been advised to file this present Affidavit to place certain matters on record, which would demonstrate that grounds for challenging my election raised in the present election petition are ex facie misconceived," Mukherjee said in his affidavit.
They had alleged that the ex facie illegal and ultra vires action and inaction of the Respondents in failing to ensure equality before the law and the equal protection of the law to those individuals illegally required to register in a manner violative of their fundamental rights has violated and jeopardized the fundamental rights guaranteed to such individuals under the Constitution.