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The current proposal is arbitrary and capricious because it fails to address the problems presented by unethical tax return preparers, runs counter to evidence presented to the IRS and will create market confusion.
Prior to any de novo consideration of whether a Notice's determination is correct, a court must conduct a distinct inquiry as to whether the Notice itself is an arbitrary and capricious agency action.
The SEC refused to allow exemptions in light of such conflicts "no matter the cost" and in doing so "abdicated its statutory responsibility to investors," Bates said, deeming the decision arbitrary and capricious.
Chief Gemme said the judge's dismissal found that his decision on the initial restriction on the license was not arbitrary and capricious as applied to Mr.
In his decision, Tingling ruled that the soda ban is "fraught with arbitrary and capricious consequences," and that it would be easy to get around the policy (buying two 8-ounce drinks, for example.
If the facts were wrong, the arbitrary and capricious standard doesn't apply.
The entire process seems to me to be arbitrary and capricious.
Hochman, the firm's founding partner, claims that ECB is acting in an arbitrary and capricious manner by refusing to consider the reasonable excuses offered by small property and business owners for accidentally missing hearing dates and thereby defaulting on ECB violations.
Taking strong exception to the use of the terms unfair, discriminatory, arbitrary and capricious in Raja's letter to the Prime Minister, the court told Raja's counsel T.
Supreme Court in 1972 because it was being applied in an arbitrary and capricious manner.
We found boards [are] arbitrary and capricious in not handing out punishment," Wolfe said.
11) The arbitrary and capricious standard is the least demanding form of judicial review of any sort of administrative action.