The mercer indeed made a long harangue of the great loss they have daily by lifters and thieves; that it was easy for them to mistake, and that when he found it he would have dismissed
me, etc., as above.
The said response uninvitingly irked Justice Saqib Nisar, who dismissed
the case in the like terms, Case dismissed
, the complaint wrote.
In the private sector, the two main grounds used to dismiss
employees were absence from work and involvement in union activity related to the demonstrations.
The power to dismiss
officers above the rank of inspector rests with the ministry of home affairs ( MHA).
If an action is dismissed
with or without prejudice, it visually means "with [or without] prejudice to plaintiff reasserting the same cause of action in another lawsuit." Either one of those dismissals is final, because it ends the judicial labor in the current action.
The defendants moved to dismiss
the complaint because it failed to state a cause of action.
6015(0 stand-alone cases without a deficiency determination, a motion to dismiss
for lack of jurisdiction should be filed.
On March 30, 2001, the district court granted in part and denied in part the Board's motion to dismiss
Subjects like extrasensory perception are dismissed
neither for their inherent absurdity nor for their inability to conform to an arbitrary set of philosophical criteria.
* RECENT CASE LAW shows a trend to dismiss
claims under the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO) against outside CPAs who did not participate in the management or operation of client companies.
While the contracts of sale barred any claim against the broker for the representations made, the fact that the brokers' representations were factually true made it easier for the Court to dismiss
the purchasers complaint.
In some instances, the lower courts would dismiss
these cases because the owner was not negligent, while in other cases the courts ruled that even if the owner was negligent, the plaintiff could not connect the negligence to the assault.