uncontroverted


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uncontroverted

adjective beyond doubt, indubious, past dispute, unchallenged, uncontested, uncontradicted, undisputed, undoubted, unquestioned
Associated concepts: uncontroverted fact, uncontroverted truth
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The Commission's Order misinterpreted critical and uncontroverted testimony by leading authorities in landfill biodegradation and brings about a complete ban on use of the term "biodegradable" in consumer packaging and advertising.
essentially uncontroverted," so long as the error does not
Importantly, the BIA noted the uncontroverted nature of the IJ's finding that homosexuality is an immutable characteristic, despite the Immigration and Naturalization Service's argument that homosexual activity ".
While the record did not specify the height, the uncontroverted evidence show[ed] that the steel beams fell a short distance from the top of the A-frame cart to plaintiffs leg.
287) Even if the defendant offers uncontroverted proof that, say, customers used the date-picker feature in only sixty percent of Outlook software packages sold, the plaintiff could counter that this fact alone does not conclusively establish that the parties would have agreed that royalties should not be paid on the remaining forty percent.
Similarly, the facts of a case rarely present themselves in the tidy and uncontroverted manner suggested by courts' written disposition of cases.
the Court treated both of these assertions--that incidents involving ambassadors prompted the ATS and that the ATS was originally meant to cover the three Blackstone crimes--as uncontroverted.
man," where "[t]he uncontroverted testimony of several white
While these figures are not uncontroverted, it would
3d at 825, however, held that an uncontroverted computer printout indicating the loan number, the lender's name, and the acquisition date was sufficient to establish delivery.
The city filed a motion for summary judgment, a ruling in its favor without the necessity of a trial and based on uncontroverted facts, as disclosed by the pleadings in the case.

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