Banks with limited trading assets and liabilities of less than $1 billion will have a rebuttable presumption
of compliance with the Volcker Rule.
Create a rebuttable presumption
of release for petitioners who are 50 years of age or older on the date of the petition.
The bill, HF 1666, would establish a rebuttable presumption
that a court shall award 50 percent of the parenting time for the child to each parent.
'[T]here is a rebuttable presumption
that partitioned property should be equally divided.' Canepari v.
In 2005, the legislature added a provision to the collateral source rule stating that there was a "rebuttable presumption
" that the amount the plaintiff actually paid for medical care represents the value of that treatment.
Carilion acknowledged the principle that, once a plaintiff contends that actors were employees of a defendant, a rebuttable presumption
arises that the employees were acting within the scope of their employment when committing the alleged tort.
Previously, there was a rebuttable presumption
under Missouri law that the dollar amount necessary to satisfy the financial obligation to the healthcare provider represented the value of the medical treatment received.
Three loans were designated as Rebuttable Presumption
We believe a rebuttable presumption
of shared parenting after separation will help the individuals involved draw up arrangements that genuinely put the interests of their children first.
Officially, the Standards Review Committee considered an explainer for Standard 501 of the ABA rules that would create a rebuttable presumption
that a law school was not in compliance with admissions standards if it did not require a standardized test.
This definition points to the use of "prima facie correct" as a rebuttable presumption
The problem with these cases is there's a rebuttable presumption
that the product is in compliance with all of the federal and state standards.