Legal sufficiency definition

Legal sufficiency or "legally sufficient" means that a petition complies with statutory and
Legal sufficiency means, at a minimum, that all contracts and amendments contain the provisions required by law and that all required signatures have been obtained.
Legal sufficiency means approval by County Counsel pursuant to LCC 630.600 to 630.640. The term “approval as to form” when so used on a contract has the same meaning.

Examples of Legal sufficiency in a sentence

  • Legal sufficiency, in any event, must be distinguished from factual plausibility.

More Definitions of Legal sufficiency

Legal sufficiency means that the document has been reviewed and determined to be in compliance with applicable statutes, regulations, and procedures by an attorney in the OA legal counsel's office.