good cause shown

good cause shown

noun legitimate basis proven, proper cause demonstrated, reasonable basis shown, subbtantial cause shown, substantial factors proven, sufficient foundation shown, sufficient grounds
Associated concepts: temporary restraining orders
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Under the statute, Rickman could also waive his right to a hearing, and either party can request a continuance for good cause shown or agreement of the parties.
The City waives the requirement for prequalification for good cause shown and in the best interest of the City.
Citing a previous ruling of the Supreme Court, Binay argued that no new evidence should be submitted during the trial proper other than those identified and marked during the pretrial, except when allowed by the court for good cause shown.
03-01-09 "no evidence shall be allowed to be presented and offered during the trial other than those identified and marked during the pre-trial except when allowed by the court for good cause shown.
The defendant has requested only that the preliminary date be adjourned for 30 days for good cause shown.
is in controversy, the court in which the action is pending may order the party to submit to a physical or mental examination by a suitably licensed or certified examiner The order may be made only on motion for good cause shown and upon notice to the person to be examined and to all parties and shall specify the time, place, manner; conditions, and scope of the examination and the person or persons to be examined.
Summary: Amends time period in which a claim must be filed to within 2 years after the date the discipline becomes final or 2 years after the date of the lawyer's death, allows claims filed outside of the time period to be considered for good cause shown, adds the claimant attempting to exhaust remedies as good cause, deletes language that is no longer relevant with the change.
6081-l(c), identifies three types of extensions that may be granted "for good cause shown.
Movant failed to obtain leave of court on good cause shown prior to making the motion, and movant has not demonstrated on this motion for the delay (CPLR 3212[a]; Micelli v.
Section 220(e) of the Domestic Violence Act (750 ILCS 60/220 (e)) provides that plenary orders of protection may be extended, upon good cause shown, to remain in effect beyond two years and until vacated or modified.
If he fails to make the oath referred to in clause (u) within a period of ninety days after the date, of his election, unless the Chairman, for good cause shown, extends the period or if he ceases to be qualified for being a member under any provision of this Order or any other law for the time being in force.
Other extensions for not more than 45 days may be granted for good cause shown.