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FACIEFederal Advisory Committee on International Exhibitions (US Department of State)
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Initial analysis indicated that the top 15 complaints (out of 174 received) accounted for about 55% of total prima facie claims value, as of April 28, 2015.
As noted, Ross's particularist methodology claims to resolve such conflict by identifying the absolute obligation--an obligation already embedded in the situation if not as yet clearly discerned--by sifting through the list of prima facie duties as a preliminary to identifying which should take precedence.
Given the split in the courts, the final regulations are designed to clarify the prima facie evidence of delivery rule.
On the other hand, many human rights decisions, including the recent CN Rail decisions2, have rejected this approach and instead held that a prima facie case for discrimination on the basis of family status can be established solely on the basis that an employee cannot satisfy a condition of her employment because doing so would conflict with a family obligation.
Therefore it appears rather compelling to consider the actions of Mr Bin Hammam constitute prima facie an act of bribery, or at least an attempt to commit bribery.
ISLAMABAD: The Competition Commission of Pakistan (CCP) on Tuesday conducted a hearing in the matter of the show cause notice issued to Pakistan Poultry Association (PPA) on July 15, 2010 for taking decisions that, prima facie, violate Section 4(1) read with Section 4(2) (a) and (b) of the Competition Ordinance, 2010.
Accordingly, the moral presumption against war would be construed as one of the prima facie duties of nonmaleficence--namely, the prima facie duty not to resort to the destructiveness of war.
Surely this is a prima facie case for establishing an English parliament and for making all devolved parliaments responsible for all internal policies with a much reduced House of Commons responsible only for joint matters such as defence, immigration and macroeconomics?
The committee found a prima facie case for Peter Hans Michael Hillier ACMA to answer in relation to a complaint that he had: held an overpayment from a client to meet an invoice, not then rendered, for professional services to another company; breached his obligation of confidentiality to a client by discussing its business with another without authority; failed to treat two client companies as separate legal entities; was rude and unprofessional; and used an unacceptable tone in e-mails.
The court went on to state that in pursuance of its prima facie burden of proof, the moving defendant is required to address the factual allegations set forth in the plaintiffs' bill of particulars with reference to the moving defendant's alleged acts of negligence and the injuries suffered with competent medical proof.
There must be additional restraints operative that establish a prima facie obligation upon citizens to refrain from appealing to privately held religious beliefs in the public forum in which the affairs of state are conducted.
An important component of principles-based ethics is the concept of prima facie ethical values.