The evidential and public interest tests
were met and it was deemed suitable for summary trial before magistrates, but she elected a jury trial because racially aggravated harassment is an either-way offence.
Unfortunately, many interest tests
are developed for adults who have adequate knowledge of the workplace, but an interest test
that focuses on individual likes and dislikes familiar to students in their daily lives is far more appropriate than an assessment of prior workplace knowledge.
He went on: "My conclusion is that the balance of the competing public interest tests
calls for disclosure of the recorded information which led to, or supported, the concluded views which were made public by the Attorney General in his March 17 statement.
Work value/work interest tests
enable students to evaluate themselves, whereas aptitude tests only tell them how they are likely to be assessed by others.
Two pictorial interest tests
, the Geist Picture Interest Inventory and the Wide Range Interest Inventory (WROIT) were sampled by nine of the participants.
The Court could determine that one of the existing zone of interest tests addresses this question, or could adopt a different, proximity test similar to that used in Associated General.
Bennett's holding is representative of the widespread confusion over the concept of standing,(6) the role of "prudential" concerns in the standing analysis,(7) and more specifically, the meaning and use of the zone of interest test.
This Chapter addresses whether the zone of interest test should apply to environmental citizen suits.
21) This third requirement is known as the zone of interest test.
But prosecutor Liz Bell said that the CPS had decided to proceed against her only after satisfying evidential and public interest tests
In a statement, the CPS said the case had passed both evidential and public interest tests
before it went to court.