Reflections A dissenting opinion in the case, while agreeing that the majority had correctly used the clear error standard in reviewing the district court's decision, argued that the majority had applied the standard incorrectly by merely substituting their judgment for the judgment of the district court, which in this case was the trier of fact.
What does CE stand for?
CE stands for Clear Error
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We have 138 other meanings of CE in our Acronym Attic
- Circular Error
- City Executive
- Civil Emergency
- Civil Engineer
- Civil Engineering
- Civil Environment
- Civilian Enterprise
- Classe Élémentaire (French: Elementary Class)
- Classic Edition (Toyota car model)
- Clear Entry (calculator button)
Samples in periodicals archive:
According to the Supreme Court of Vermont, the court will not overturn a fair market value determination supported by the evidence and findings unless there is a clear error of law.
However, the first point must not obscure the second - that in ejecting the mild-mannered centre, Davey made a clear error.
The lower court ruling is a clear error and it is obvious that the acts by the two are justifiable,'' claimed the defense team of Junichi Sato, Greenpeace Japan executive director, and Toru Suzuki, former member of the environmental group, at the Sendai High Court.
It was quite clear among the vast majority (of the ICC) that we should use the DRS in the World Cup to avoid a clear error," he added.
Lawyer Yiannos Georgiaides, acting for O'Dwyer, confirmed to the Cyprus Mail that an appeal against the ruling will be launched, whilst also insisting that there had been a clear error of law.
Williams made clear errors when he rejected an obvious penalty appeal for Kuwait in the first half, and after he refused to award a goal that strayed clearly behind the goal-line while in the clutches of China goalkeeper Yang Zhi.
That had to do with the NPDES permit's provision making certain municipalities "co-permittees" on the permit "The (Environmental Appeals) Board concludes the (EPA) made no clear error with respect to (five of the six) issues raised on appeal," the board wrote in its decision.