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qualified

(Competent), adjective able, acceptable, accomplished, adapted, adept, adequate, apt, capable, deft, efficacious, eligible, entitled, equal to, equipped, expert, fit, knowing, licensed, practiced, skilled, skillful, suitable, trained, versed, well-suited, worthy, worthy of choice
Associated concepts: qualified applicant, qualified elector

qualified

(Conditioned), adjective accommodatus, checked, circumscribed, circumstanced, conditional, conningent upon, controlled, curbed, decreased, defined, dependent, diminished, idoneus, limitary, limited, moderated, modified, not absolute, prerequisite, provisional, provisionary, provisory, restricted, stipulatory, subject to terms
Associated concepts: qualified acceptance, qualified ennorsement, qualified privilege, qualified right
See also: admissible, capable, competent, conditional, deft, dependent, desirable, eligible, entitled, expert, familiar, fit, informed, literate, practiced, professional, proficient, sciential, suitable, veteran

QUALIFIED. This term is frequently used in law. A man hag a qualified property in animals ferae naturae, while they remain in his power, but, as soon as they regain their liberty, his property in them is lost. A man has a qualified right to recover property of which he is not the owner, but which was unlawfully taken out of his possession. But this right may be defeated by the owner bring a suit or claiming the property. Vide Animals; Trover.

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It was left open whether the Form has unqualifiedly the character which all the F particulars have qualifiedly or whether it is that character.
At common law some acts were considered so judge-like that they were qualifiedly immune from suit.
1982) (finding that a prosecutor was only qualifiedly immune for alleged mismanagement of seized property); Price v.
Indeed as Hale and Wright note, some of the standard worries that have been expressed about the platonist position, and which I have qualifiedly endorsed, would seem to be arguments for a fairly radical degree of indeterminacy in the truth conditions of mathematical claims: they seem to be arguments for the position (1) of my [section] I.
3), Audi produces an "overall ethical theory" that "combines a version of moral realism with a moderate intuitionism" and is "epistemologically internalist, normatively objective, valuationally pluralist, and qualifiedly naturalistic" (p.
The court held that the deputy sheriff was not qualifiedly immune from the pretrial detainee's [section] 1983 excessive force claim, since the deputy's alleged actions, including slamming the detainee's head to the floor seven to eight times while she was restrained, if proven, were obviously beyond what the Constitution would allow under the circumstances.
The appeals court reversed and remanded, finding that officers were qualifiedly immune from liability to the inmate.
Malcolm Schofield agrees qualifiedly that "[seven Greek words cannot be converted into ASCII text] and its cognates can sometimes be translated `(a) right"' (p.
The court also held that the official was not qualifiedly immune from claims brought by the detainee under the Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA).
The court held that once the district court decided that the detainee had shown excessive force, it could not then find that the deputy was qualifiedly immune because his use of excessive force was not in violation of clearly established law.
The appeals court found that the exception under which a public employee may be dismissed on the basis of political affiliation did not apply to the jailer and that the sheriff was not qualifiedly immune from the jailer's claims.
The court held that the investigator and deputy were qualifiedly immune from the prisoner's claim of unreasonable seizure, assuming that the prisoner's placement in a detention cell by the investigator and deputy pursuant to the investigation of a prison stabbing was an arrest that was supported by arguable probable cause, The court noted that inculpatory evidence against the prisoner included evidence of a motive to kill the victim and exculpatory evidence included the officer's identification of a third inmate as the inmate whom the victim was chasing, such that more than a minimal investigation was required.