Duplicative definition

Duplicative means the matter is identical or substantially similar to one brought before the Board or another forum.
Duplicative means the matter is identical or substantially similar to one brought before the Board or another forum.). While Trapshooters Association acknowledges that “the two actions at issue here involve different causes of action, they arise from the same commercial transaction by which Trapshooters Association conveyed the property to Mather.” Mot. at 5. Trapshooters Association states that both complaints present substantially similar facts and the issue of the applicability of state environmental statutes and regulations. Mot. at 5-6.
Duplicative when used in an objection means that the Interrogatory is unreasonably cumulative or redundant. See Fed. R. Civ. P. 26(b)(2)(C)(i).

Examples of Duplicative in a sentence

  • Disclosure of Cumulative or Duplicative Testimony Plains objects to the six subpoenas, from the Class Plaintiffs, CFTC, and Defendants, for vonBerg and Zagaria’s testimony on grounds that further testimony from these witnesses would be cumulative or duplicative and exceed the bounds of discovery under Rule 26.

  • Identification of Duplicative, Overlapping, or Conflicting Federal Rules.NCUA is unable to identify any federal statutes or rules that duplicate, overlap or conflict with the proposed rule; however, NCUA has identified seven states that already require their state-chartered federally-insured credit unions to file quarterly call reports.Although the final rule duplicates those state’s requirements, it does not impose any significant, additional burden on those federally-insured credit unions.


More Definitions of Duplicative

Duplicative means that an identical or substantially similar case is already pending before the Board or in court. See 35 Ill. Adm. Code 103.212(a) and item 10 of the formal complaint form. “Frivolous” means that the complaint seeks relief that the Board does not have the authority to grant, or fails to state a cause of action upon which the Board can grant relief. See 35 Ill. Adm. Code 103.212(a) and items 5 and 9 of the formal complaint form. For example, the Board has the authority to order a respondent to stop polluting and pay a fine, to implement pollution abatement measures, or to perform a cleanup or reimburse cleanup costs. The Board does not have the authority, however, to award attorney fees to a citizen complainant.

Related to Duplicative

  • Duplication means the making of a copy of a record. Copies can take the form of paper, microfilm, audiovisual materials, or electronic records (for ex- ample, magnetic tape or disk), among others. SBA will charge $.10 per page for photocopy duplication and the ac- tual cost for other methods. SBA will honor a requester’s specified preference of form or format of disclosure if the record is readily reproducible with rea- sonable efforts in the requested form or format by the office responding to the request.

  • Capitalized Software Expenditures means, for any period, the aggregate of all expenditures (whether paid in cash or accrued as liabilities) by a Person and its Restricted Subsidiaries during such period in respect of licensed or purchased software or internally developed software and software enhancements that, in conformity with GAAP, are or are required to be reflected as capitalized costs on the consolidated balance sheet of a Person and its Restricted Subsidiaries.

  • Example If the Vehicle comes with air conditioning, then it must be included with the Vehicle. Air conditioning cannot be deleted because it was not identified as required by the specifications.

  • Net Tax Benefit means, for any Tax Year during the term of this Agreement, an amount equal to (but not less than zero): (i) the amount of maintenance and operations ad valorem taxes which the Applicant would have paid to the District for such Tax Year and all previous Tax Years during the term of this Agreement if this Agreement had not been entered into by the Parties; minus, (ii) an amount equal to the sum of (A) all maintenance and operations ad valorem school taxes actually due to the District or any other governmental entity, including the State of Texas, for such Tax Year and all previous Tax Years during the term of this Agreement, plus (B) any and all payments due to the District under Articles IV, V, and VI of this Agreement.

  • Tax Benefit means a reduction in the Tax liability of a taxpayer (or of the affiliated group of which it is a member) for any taxable period. Except as otherwise provided in this Agreement, a Tax Benefit shall be deemed to have been realized or received from a Tax Item in a taxable period only if and to the extent that the Tax liability of the taxpayer (or of the affiliated group of which it is a member) for such period, after taking into account the effect of the Tax Item on the Tax liability of such taxpayer in the current period and all prior periods, is less than it would have been if such Tax liability were determined without regard to such Tax Item.

  • Deductible has the meaning set forth in Section 7.4(a).

  • Disallowed costs has the same meaning as in 44 Ill. Admin. Code Part 7000.

  • Limit means a limit per tonne gross weight of that part of the Goods in respect of which a claim arises.

  • Tuition means the total amount of money charged for the cost of a qualifying student to attend an independent school including, but not limited to, fees for attending the school and school-related transportation.