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cognizable

(kŏg′nĭ-zə-bəl, kŏg-nī′-)
adj.
Knowable or perceivable.

cog′ni·za·bly adv.
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A cognisable offence means when a case is registered, a due investigation must be conducted before arresting the accused.
The reason there are only these two is because there are only two kinds of validly knowable or validly cognisable things--objective and metaphysical entities.
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In a civilised society, this unfairness would be a cognisable offence.
so then it cannot belong to the realm of objects that are cognisable to us; in this way according to the tenets of critical philosophy, it is not a cognoscible actuality [Wirklichkeit] with a content [reale], neither a cognoscible causality with a content.
Andrew Inglis Clark's first draft of the Constitution in 1891 provided, in cl 65 that "[t]he trial of all crimes cognisable by any Court established under the Authority of this Act shall be by jury".
Secondly: It is well known in the Sperm Whale Fishery, however ignorant the world ashore may be of it, that there have been several memorable historical instances where a particular whale in the ocean has been at distant times and places popularly cognisable.
The ITAA has given due importance to the seriousness of electronic crimes against children, by attributing punishment that makes the offence under section 67B cognisable and non-bailable (42).
The adjoining of 'social" to 'group' suggests that the collection of persons must be of a social character, that is to say, the collection must be cognisable as a group in society such that its members share something which unites them and sets them apart from society at large.
62) Further, there was no United States statute that made the detainees' custody unlawful, (63) because the statutes invoked "do not create a private right of action, and therefore, are not cognisable in habeas".
The transfer of meaning is far from being operative regardless of circumstance, for certain mechanisms will determine its new incarnation, and these mechanisms are cognisable and recognisable.
The Government of Pakistan has enacted the Employment of Children Act of 1991 which has banned employment of children below the age of 14 years and their employment is now a cognisable offence under the Act punishable by imprisonment and fine) Such interventions can lead to reductions in the already limited choices available to the child.