Legally defensible definition

Legally defensible means the ability to withstand a legal challenge to the appropriateness of the examination for the purpose for which it is used. The challenge may be made by actual or potential examinees or on behalf of the public. Examinees’ challenges may pertain to perceived bias of the examination or inappropriately chosen content. Challenges on behalf of the public may claim that the examination does not provide adequate measures of an examinee’s knowledge, skills and abilities (KSA’s) required to protect the consumer from foodborne illness.

Examples of Legally defensible in a sentence

End of General Terms and Conditions EXHIBIT C Scope of Services Policy Manual Legally defensible, up-to-date policies are the foundation for consistent, safe public safety operations and are key to lowering liability and risk.

Legally defensible actions to reduce the amount of wetlands on the airfield to the maximum extent possible must be explored and pursued when their presence conflicts with the flight mission.

Relevant search terms • Cooperation with opposing counsel is essential Preservation and Collection Source: www.edrm.net Preservation • Preserve data in a matter that is: • Legally defensible • Auditable • Suspend automatic/manual deletion • Active vs.

Legally defensible opinions shall be formed using the best available evidence according to Vermont boundary law.

Demand the enforcement of community housing and sanitation codes.

Legally defensible, well-written zoning regulations help meet the “fair share” of future growth and balance community goals and private landowner interests.

Legally defensible means the ability to withstand a legal challenge to the appropriateness of the examination for the purpose for which it is used.

Table 1: Summary overview of analytical tracks for assessing the EEASApproach:Political Feasibility:Practical Feasibility:Approach Illustrated by: 1: By the book Legally defensible but not satisfying for stakeholders.

Potential opinions include:o Unmodified opinion: the annual financial statements are fairly presented and conform to GAAP.

Legally defensible means the ability to withstand a legal challenge to the appropriatenessof the examination for the purpose for which it is used.

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Third Party IP Claim has the meaning given to it in clause E8.7 (Intellectual Property Rights).
Excluded Assets has the meaning set forth in Section 2.2.
After-Acquired Property has the meaning specified therefor in Section 7.01(o).
Excluded Intellectual Property has the meaning set forth in Section 2.2(a).
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