Question of Fact definition

Question of Fact means a factual dispute between the complainant and the respondent concerning an issue that is material to a determination as to whether a violation of the Code of Conduct (Article I) exists.

Examples of Question of Fact in a sentence

  • APPEALS Grounds for Appeal The complainant or respondent may appeal the final determination of a complaint only on the following grounds: Question of Fact: there is a substantial likelihood that newly discovered information, not available at the time evidence was present to the Investigating Officer, would result in a different determination.

  • APPEALS Grounds for AppealThe complainant or respondent may appeal the final determination of a complaint only on the following grounds: Question of Fact: there is a substantial likelihood that newly discovered information, not available at the time evidence was present to the Investigating Officer, would result in a different determination.

  • The Meaning of ―Supermarket‖ in the Context of this Case is a Question of Fact for the Jury Finally, the Superior Court, relying on several cases discussing the meaning of ―supermarket‖ that Tutu had cited in its 2010 supplemental brief,9 found that K-Mart did not operate a supermarket.

  • APPEALS 41UPPER IOWA UNIVERSITY  Grounds for Appeal The complainant or respondent may appeal the final determination of a complaint only on the following grounds: Question of Fact: there is a substantial likelihood that newly discovered information, not available at the time evidence was present to the Investigating Officer, would result in a different determination.

  • APPEALS Grounds for Appeal The complainant or respondent may appeal the final determination of a complaint only on the following grounds: 47UPPER IOWA UNIVERSITY Question of Fact: there is a substantial likelihood that newly discovered information, not available at the time evidence was present to the Investigating Officer, would result in a different determination.

  • APPEALS  Grounds for Appeal The complainant or respondent may appeal the final determination of a complaint only on the following grounds: Question of Fact: there is a substantial likelihood that newly discovered information, not available at the time evidence was present to the Investigating Officer, would result in a different determination.

  • Identifying the Article of Manufacture Which Appropriates the Patented Design Is a Question of Fact Section 289 awards total profit from the sale of “any article of manufacture” to which a patented design or colorable imitation has been applied without license.

  • Horne, “From a Question of Fact to An Absolute Rule” (2011) Employment Law Journal 2.

  • An appeal must be in writing and its scope shall be limited to the following: (a) Question of Fact: Students may appeal on “questions of fact” by introducing new evidence which would significantly affect the outcome of the case.

  • Therefore, there is no basis for this Court to find as a matter of law that the force allegedly used against Plaintiffs at the Royalty House was reasonable under the circumstances.b. There is a Question of Fact Regarding Whether Excessive Force was Used Against Some Plaintiffs at the JailSteve Gjonaj and Timothy, Djeto and Preka Berishaj claim that excessive force was used against them at the police station.

Related to Question of Fact

  • the 1988 Act means the Local Government Finance Act 1988.

  • the 1992 Act means the Local Government Finance Act 1992;

  • Request for Information shall have the meaning set out in FOIA or the Environmental Information Regulations as relevant (where the meaning set out for the term “request” shall apply).

  • Interpretation Act means the Interpretation Act (British Columbia) from time to time in force and all amendments thereto and includes all regulations and amendments thereto made pursuant to that Act;