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"No, we're not happy and it's left a sour taste, but as there's no proven record of this type of case going to court and, with Ibas having found against us, it seemed the only real option open to us.
The Ombudsman found against Abbey in a ruling which related to a complaint by a customer that its cashback mortgage deal was linked to Abbey's Standard Variable Rate and not one of its lower tracker rates.
The Finnish Competition Council has found against the Finnish telecomms company Elisa Communications Corporation in a matter regarding the pricing of the operator's subscriber connections.
The Tax Court consistently found against such schemes, deeming them shams or merely grantor trusts that will not deliver the promised tax benefits.
Sogol noted that only one judge, Circuit Court Judge Charles Price, has ruled directly on the constitutional question, and he found against Moore's religious practices.
Talpur said she held the office of District Nazim twice and nothing found against her during that period.
''However, there is no any corruption evidence is found against IO Imtiaz Ruk,'' he said Abdul Majeed, counsel of the petitioner, informed the court that the reply which was submitted by prosecutor was prepared by the IO.
The petitioner's counsel pleaded before the court that no evidence was found against Pakistan's citizen Talha Haroon for planning an attack in US city.
Waqarul Haq was the last NAB investigation officer who concluded that no concrete evidence was found against the accused.
The reference says that no document or verbal evidence have been found against Chaudhry Pervaiz Elahi and Chaudhry Shujaat Hussain.
He claimed that he was kept in unlawful custody for hours and when nothing found against him then he was released.
However, an investigating officer of the AVCC informed the administrative judge that no incriminating evidence was found against two suspects during the course of investigation and therefore, both were set free under Section 497(2) of the Criminal Procedure Code.