uncontroverted


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uncontroverted

adjective beyond doubt, indubious, past dispute, unchallenged, uncontested, uncontradicted, undisputed, undoubted, unquestioned
Associated concepts: uncontroverted fact, uncontroverted truth
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For as-applied challenges that make an uncontroverted showing that threats and reprisals have occurred and are likely to keep occurring, the Court has recognized that exemptions can be made.
Allegedly, there is overwhelming, uncontroverted evidence that prosecutors and judges conspired together not only to create a straw-man from Rule 16 of the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure to violate the pro se defendants 6th Amendment rights, but also violated their 5th Amendment right by compelling them to testify against their will at trial," contends Banks.
Given the uncontroverted testimony that sale-leaseback transactions often reflect the sale of more than just real property, the Indiana Board [of Tax Review] explained that one should approach the rental data from such transactions with caution, taking care to ascertain whether the sales prices/contract rents reflect real property value alone or whether they include the value of certain other economic interests.
In effect, if nationals of a state that is not a party to the treaty commit crimes on the territory of a State Party, then that state has agreed a priori that the ICC can exercise its jurisdiction as an extension of the uncontroverted right of the territorial state to punish all persons who have committed crimes on its soil, regardless of their nationality.
105) His first move is to say that if the Establishment Clause prohibits the government from recognizing a particular denomination as the official faith of the state, something that is virtually uncontroverted in American constitutionalism, then it follows that the state may not embrace a theological teaching of that faith as true.
142) The court explained that in cases incorporating evidence of battered spouse syndrome, uncontroverted facts established a lack of imminent danger, rendering instructions on self-defense inappropriate.
Strict application of statutory interpretation and the uncontroverted supremacy of Parliament have given way to a more robust statutory interpretation.
Anti-Israel charges, from exaggerations to inventions, were not left uncontroverted to take on lives of their own.
There, the uncontroverted facts established that the claimant was an independent contractor and not an insured-employee under the policy, but the underlying complaint alleged the opposite.
51) Uncontroverted testimony adduced at trial established that
While the record did not specify the height, the uncontroverted evidence show[ed] that the steel beams fell a short distance from the top of the A-frame cart to plaintiffs leg.

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