This definition points to the use of "prima facie correct" as a rebuttable
presumption of correctness.
(16) The Court also ruled that the FCC's rebuttable
presumption of effective cable operator competition was reasonable.
Presumption of Significant Public Benefit for Reformulation
For marriages of two years or less, there would be a rebuttable
presumption that no alimony would be awarded.
presumption could be a formal rebuttable
presumption that artificially
NYPMIFA creates a rebuttable
presumption of imprudence if, in any year, a nonprofit appropriates more than 7% of the fund's average fair value over the prior five years after considering eight specific factors.
Kapur told the media that the income tax ( I- T) department will begin prosecution on the basis of a rebuttable
Other municipalities used rebuttable
presumptions, meaning a car owner would not be penalized unless he was the driver.
1.263(a)-5(f) there is a rebuttable
presumption that success-based fees facilitate a transaction and, therefore, must be capitalized.
Mr Johnson said those who "continue to give allegiance to a terrorist state" should lose their British status citizenship and called for swift changes to the law so there is a "rebuttable
presumption" that those visiting war areas without notifying the authorities have done so for a terrorist purpose.
presumption afforded higher-priced QMs will likely do little to protect creditors.
There is an oft-cited rebuttable
presumption that "control" constitutes a 25% or more ownership/voting interest in the advisor, but technically the rebuttable
presumption exists in the Investment Company Act and not the Investment Advisers Act.