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cognizable

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

cog′ni·za·bly adv.
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Under the MOA, the Office of the Ombudsman will have primary jurisdiction in the conduct of preliminary investigation and inquest proceedings over complaints for crimes cognizable by the Sandiganbayan."
Because Harvey states a cognizable claim for violation of his clearly established rights under the First Amendment, defendants are not entitled to summary judgment on the First Amendment damages claim.
The City argues before us, as it did below, that the ability to register under SORA is not a cognizable liberty interest.
The SC added that the Rules of Court categorically provide that petitions for certiorari involving acts or omissions of a quasi judicial agency 'shall be filed in and cognizable only by the Court of Appeals.'
If the information received by the local police about commission of a cognizable offence also contains a version as to how the relevant offence was committed, by whom it was committed and in which background it was committed then that version of the incident is only the version of the informant and nothing more and such version is not to be unreservedly accepted by the investigating officer as the truth or the whole truth, judgment added.
The principle of complementarity triggers the ICC's jurisdiction over a situation in a state party if that state party is unable or unwilling to prosecute international crimes happening within its territory that are cognizable by the ICC.
In a 223- page FAQ ( frequently asked questions) on GST, the Central Board of Excise and Customs ( CBEC) has also stated that other offences under the act are non- cognizable and bailable.
TMZ said the motion read: "[A] straightforward comparison of the parties' works provides a textbook example of what does not constitute legally cognizable claim of infringement.
First Information Report (FIR) is a written document prepared by the police when they receive information about the commission of a cognizable offence.
"The business of campaigning for the presidency and vice-presidency constitutes a cognizable 'presidential elections market' for purposes of the antitrust laws," the suit claims.
Further RBI said that acceptance of money under money circulation/multi-level marketing/pyramid structures is a cognizable offence under the Prize Chit and Money Circulation (Banning) Act 1978.
Notwithstanding anything contained in the code, an offence punishable under this act shall be cognizable, non-bailable and non-compoundable.
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