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14100(c), then the operator has sufficient notice of the standard, and the operator cannot claim that it lacked adequate or fair notice of a standard's requirements.
P]laintiff's submission is a model of neither clarity nor brevity, and we can sympathize with the district court's displeasure with it, but it is sufficient to put the defendants on fair notice," Calabresi wrote.
Cutting red tape does not have to mean cutting out fair notice, competition, and reasonable size contracts.
We will show that they failed to give people fair notice about their right to cure their delinquent payments, blindsiding them with repossession with the intention of selling the cars at auction and saddling the owners with the difference between the prices.
Parties admitted that these conditions had existed for 10 to 15 years, and the company argued that it did not have fair notice.
Citing Court precedent, Thomas wrote, "Such a statement must simply 'give the defendant fair notice of what the plaintiffs claim is and the grounds upon which it rests.
11012, where the company was able to prove that it lacked adequate or fair notice of the violation.
a manufacturer cannot be found to be out of compliance with a standard if la federal regulatory agency] has failed to give fair notice of what is required by the standard.
However, in dismissing this citation for a lack of fair notice, the ALJ said it was a reasonable inference that the condition had existed for a number of years, the location was isolated, it was not traveled when the equipment was in operation and LTM had never been cited.
On this citation, ALJ Miller said it was "a close call for the use of the fair notice defense.
In one of them, the judge vacated the berm citation based on lack of fair notice.
Given this, if only factual errors are considered, it is questionable whether bona fide disputes over the legitimacy of such applications or violation of operators' due process and fair notice rights will be given much weight during conferences.