not equitable

not equitable

adjective biased, fraudulent, inequitable, jaundiced, not balanced, not fair, not just, not proper, one-sided, prejudiced, unequal, uneven, unfair, unjust, unprincipled, unreasonable
Associated concepts: not equitable process
See also: unfair
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Oh, Frankenstein, be not equitable to every other and trample upon me alone, to whom thy justice, and even thy clemency and affection, is most due.
PNOC, from its perspective, sees something in the contract that is not fair, it is not equitable, so what they have to do is bring it, discuss it with Petron,' Cusi said.
The petitioner said the compromise agreement violated the Real Property Tax Code and the Local Government Code, adding that the city failed to appraise the property on its current and fair market value, and that that the assessment was not equitable and nor based on a uniform classification.
Often libraries create services that are based on equality but are, as a result, not equitable.
She said at the moment the distribution of land in most African cities was not equitable.
NZNO needed to be professional, but not turn away when things were not equitable.
Mumtaz said that conventional way of litigation is not always favorable as it is time consuming, many a times not equitable, and may cause permanent damage to business relations.
We are a pragmatic bunch in the Further Education sector, but there are times when it's important to recognise when something simply is not equitable and impacts disproportionately on our community.
Keeping a termination charge of 14 paise for calls between wireless networks is, indeed, not equitable and to some extent takes away the impact of its forward look significantly.
Furthermore, treatment of various stakeholders in the new BOC was not equitable.
The system is not equitable because it gives preference to foreign Arab wives and mothers over Western women because of the likelihood of an Arab women living in Saudi Arabia before marriage or over a longer period of time than a Westerner.