Substantial evidence definition

Substantial evidence means evidence that:
Substantial evidence means facts and information, other than merely personal preferences or speculation, directly pertaining to the requirements and conditions an applicant must meet to obtain a conditional use permit and that reasonable persons would accept in support of a conclusion.
Substantial evidence means relevant evidence a reasonable mind might accept as adequate to support a conclusion.

Examples of Substantial evidence in a sentence

  • Substantial evidence is such relevant evidence as a reasonable mind might accept as adequate to support a conclusion.

  • Substantial evidence means such relevant evidence as a reasonable mind might accept as adequate to support a conclusion.

  • Substantial evidence is available in this state concerning the child’s care, protection, training, and personal relationships.

  • Substantial evidence is “more than a scintilla of evidence but less than a preponderance; it is such relevant evidence as a reasonable mind might accept as adequate to support a conclusion.” Rogers, 486 F.3d at 241; Jones, 336 F.3d at 475.

  • Substantial evidence must be more than a scintilla of evidence, although it may be substantially less than a preponderance of the evidence.


More Definitions of Substantial evidence

Substantial evidence means information sufficient to support the reasonable belief that a particular act or omission has occurred.
Substantial evidence means facts and information, other than merely personal preferences or speculation, directly pertain- ing to the requirements and conditions an applicant must meet to obtain a conditional use permit and that reasonable persons would accept in support of a conclusion.
Substantial evidence means the quantity and quality of evidence that would be deemed sufficient by a neutral, detached, and reasonable person, to establish the fact at issue when the consequences resulting from the establishment of that fact are understood to be serious and of great importance.
Substantial evidence means evidence possessing something of substance and relevant consequence, and which furnishes substantial basis of fact from which issues tendered can be reasonable resolved. It is evidence that a reasonable mind might accept as adequate to support a conclusion, but is less than a preponderance.
Substantial evidence means such relevant
Substantial evidence means beyond a preponderance of the evidence.
Substantial evidence as used in these guidelines means enough relevant information and reasonable inferences from this information that a fair argument can be made to support a conclusion, even though other conclusions might also be reached. Whether a fair argument can be made that the project may have a significant effect on the environment is to be determined by examining the whole record before the lead agency. Argument, speculation, unsubstantiated opinion or narrative, evidence which is clearly erroneous or inaccurate, or evidence of social or economic impacts which do not contribute to or are not caused by physical impacts on the environment does not constitute substantial evidence.