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Allegation

In law, a claim that a party to a proceeding makes and states that he/she is able to prove. For example, one may allege in a lawsuit that another party has committed fraud. If the second party is found liable for fraud, one is said to have proven one's allegation.
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Alleged theft from shop, Friday, March 27 - Ref: KD551
5 THIS man and woman are alleged to have stolen toiletries worth pounds 20 on June 27 last year from Home Bargains in Allensway, Thornaby.
Smolinski, without admitting to any allegations, consented to the issuance of the order based on his alleged participation in violations of law and unsafe or unsound practices regarding identity theft, falsification of bank records, misapplication of bank funds, self-dealing, and violations of institutional internal controls that resulted in losses and other damage to the bank and personal gain to Mr.
Farragut alleged that the firm had known the proposed merger would not qualify for pooling-of-assets treatment but nonetheless provided an opinion to the contrary.
If a prosecutor or law enforcement official engages in investigative or managerial activity in one of these unclear areas, and a civil suit alleging a constitutional violation results, the court will dismiss the case, because the right alleged to have been violated was not clearly established.
The complaint alleged that USHC failed to inform its current and prospective enrollees about the existence and terms of its incentive payment arrangement for primary care physicians.
The alleged incident happened at 10.30pm on Tuesday, May 22, at Merry Street, Motherwell.
Alleged theft from shop, Fri Jan 30 - Ref: KD523 | Alleged theft from shop, Sat Mar 21 - Ref: KD526 | Alleged make off, Tue Mar 24 - KD540
THIS woman is alleged to have stolen sweets from Tesco Express in Norton High Street.
The Central State Bank, without admitting to any allegations, consented to the issuance of the order in connection with its alleged violations of the Board's regulations implementing the National Flood Insurance Act.
Another critical question remains: Was there a causal connection, or nexus, between the alleged misappropriation and the advertising injury as required by the policy?
However, before making the investment, SDA alleged it had relied on a 10Q report Embrace had filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission that allegedly contained the firm's work product.