noncontestable

noncontestable

adjective nonchallengeable, nondebatable, nondisputable, nonquestionable, nonrefutable, undeniable, unquestionable
Associated concepts: noncontestable clause
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89) The basic insight behind my postulate is that because interpretation of an ambiguous statute is not an objectively verifiable endeavor--because there is no demonstrably right or wrong interpretation--a judge has significant leeway to hide a policy-driven decision behind an evaluation of seemingly noncontestable factors.
The answer, one suspects, derives from the way in which property ideas and metaphors effectively mask the tradeoff between conflicting institutional objectives by presenting themselves as nonideological and therefore noncontestable realities.
Smelt notes that the initial arrangements for training and support for boards in a noncontestable funding environment may have been detrimental to implementing Tomorrow's Schools.