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litigate

[lit′əgāt]
(in law) to carry on a suit or to contest.
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2264 from "not frivolous" to "reasonable basis" for both taxpayers and tax return preparers as improper in that it imposes higher standard than required of litigable position).
In practice, the application of these procedural rules to the prosecution of domestic violence cases often raises important litigable issues.
tend to make a litigable issue out of specific knowledge of the law at
Part of this Article's project is to help judges, litigators, and voters understand that long lines at the polls are problems of constitutional dimension and that they are litigable.
The Groder court also noted that "[t]here are many such rules and procedures in government which agencies must remain free to adopt without fear of creating a litigable point on the part of every person with whom the agency comes in contact.