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adj that which cannot be admitted into evidence in a legal proceeding under the established rules of law.
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During the marathon hearing, which continued for several days, the apex court also referred to two English Laws - Civil Evidence Act, 1968 and Police and Criminal Evidence Act, 1984 - which dealt with the admissibility of electronic evidence but have now been repealed in the United Kingdom.
To avoid unnecessary delay and expense and to provide a fair and efficient process," the Arbitral Tribunal said it will "endeavor to issue its decision on such issues of Jurisdiction and Admissibility that it determines appropriate as soon as possible and expects to do so before the end of the year.
The federal courts of appeals do not adhere, and should not be required to adhere, to a rigid limited-remand rule when the district court has erred in making or failing to make a threshold admissibility determination.
Article 19(4) requires that most challenges to admissibility brought prior to commencement of trial in the ICC.
He explained, "The country needs personalities that have political weight internally, Arabic, regionally and international admissibility in addition to social symbols and highly experienced technocrats.
On 31 May 2013, the ICC rejected Libya's challenge to the admissibility of the case against Saif Al Islam and reminded Libya of its obligation to surrender the suspect to the court in the Hague.
Holt objected to the appraisal report on the grounds that such evidence does not meet the standard for admissibility.
Softer admissibility rules introduced by the Lisbon Treaty cannot be applied to legislative acts, the EU Court of Justice (ECJ) ruled, on 4 October (Case C-583/11 P), confirming the General Court's verdict on the non-admissibility of an action calling for the anulment of the EU regulation on trading in seal products.
The possibility of the ICJ and the ICC taking action in the wake of Israel's operation "Cast Lead" in the Gaza Strip; a jurisdiction and admissibility analysis.
6) This requirement is known as the gravity threshold for admissibility.
BARDO (TAP) - The impeachment motion against the President of the Republic was considered inadmissible during the plenary session of the National Constituent Assembly (NCA)held, on Wednesday, devoted to the examination of the conditions of admissibility of the motion.