Examples of Likely in a sentence
Likely developments and expected results of operationsThe Fund will continue to be managed in accordance with the investment objectives and guidelines as set out in the governing documents of the Fund.The results of the Fund's operations will be affected by a number of factors, including the performance of investment markets in which the Fund invests.
See, for example, Government Accountability Office, Columbia Class Submarine[:] Overly Optimistic Cost Estimate Will Likely Lead to Budget Increases, GAO-19-497, April 2019, pp.
All representations must be “about the likely effect of the grant of the premises licence on the promotion of the licensing objectives.” Likely means something that will probably happen, i.e. on balance more likely than not.
Abatement notices and infringement notices may have been issued in respect of effects.Poor: Likely or actual adverse effects of activities on the receiving environment were significant.
This has been used in identifying which parishes are likely to require a full HRA Screening of their future Neighbourhood Development Plan, to establish if their plan might have Likely Significant Effects on a European Site.