Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
A representation concerning a future state of facts is not sufficient.
I present the state of fact, with the observation that action would greatly increase the chance of Catalan success.
"Given the current state of facts, it certainly would seem that a case can be made out for negligence in the operation of the aircraft."
A neutral stating of facts.
'Being Sick' is not simply a 'state of fact' or 'condition', it contains within itself customary rights and obligations based on the social norms that surround it.
Her counsel, upon this state of facts, applied to the circuit court for permission to give bail on behalf of the woman and have her released from custody.
While conceding that their hearing did not constitute a criminal trial, their conclusion was that the state of facts "amount to such misbehavious in office, as requires immediate action."
The Holy See and the French Republic, represented by Napoléon Bonaparte, validated this state of fact as many others in the peaceful Concordat of 1801.
There could however be a tribunal which had jurisdiction to determine whether the preliminary state of facts existed; here it would be for the inferior tribunal to decide upon all the facts.
"Facts are stubborn things," he told the jury, "and whatever may be our wishes, our inclinations, or the dictums of our passions, they cannot alter the state of facts and evidence."
There were tribunals which had jurisdiction if a certain state of facts existed but not otherwise; it was not then for the inferior tribunal to determine conclusively upon the existence of such facts.
First, every Act of Parliament, in effect, says that if a certain state of facts exists the tribunal may do a certain thing; those facts are always for the relative decision of the tribunal.
It is to say that whether it has done so cannot be determined by asking whether the statute requires a certain state of facts to exist before a decision is reached: all statutes always do this.
Those caveats include easements, rights of way, covenants, restrictions, zoning regulations and - to borrow from aline from a typical title insurance binder - "such state of facts as an accurate survey would reveal."
Upon this state of facts, it was plain that the mere employment by the defendants of the old and well known automatic safety valve afforded no ground upon which to base the relief prayed for in the appellant's bill.
A distinction may be taken between persuasion and mere advice, and advice in the sense of 'a mere statement of, or drawing of the attention of the party addressed to, the state of facts as they were,' is not actionable.
It is unacceptable that human trafficking is still a state of fact in Europe affecting hundreds of thousands of people mostly from vulnerable social groups, such as minorities, women and children for reasons of sexual exploitation, forced labour, modern-day slavery, and others.
In such a state of facts, I think it is not doubtful that the plaintiff ought to have a remedy, nor in any system in which law and equity were not separated would there, I think, any difficulty arise.
It was further submitted by Mr. Coghlan that it is important in this field that the law should be clear and simple: it is for a coroner to ask himself on any given state of fact whether he would describe the death as unnatural or not.
In their defense, Adams made his now famous quote regarding making decisions based on the evidence: "Facts are stubborn things; and whatever may be our wishes, our inclinations, or the dictates of our passion, they cannot alter the state of facts and evidence."
The dictionary of English law defines a judicial precedent as a judgement or decision of a court of law cited as an authority for deciding a similar state of fact in the same manner or on the same principle or by analogy.
Kant thus reasoned the necessity of the synthetic a priori-combining meanings of terms with states of facts and yet known true without experience of the particular instance-crossing the tongs of Hume's fork and thus saving Newton's law of universal gravitation.
The analytic is a statement true by virtue of its terms' meanings, and therefore a tautology-necessarily true by logic but uninformative as to the state of the world-whereas the synthetic is true by its terms' meanings in relation to a state of facts, contingent.)
This was a protest against the practice of taking the exceptional state of facts which exists, and is indeed only partially realized, in a small corner of our planet as representing the uniform type of human societies, and ignoring the effects of the early history and special development of each community as influencing its economic phenomena.
In the same year, Peirce wrote that reaching a hypothesis may involve placing a surprising observation under either a newly hypothesized rule or a hypothesized combination of a known rule with a peculiar state of facts, so that the phenomenon would be not surprising but instead either necessarily implied or at least likely.