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Instead, it makes meaningful improvements to the so-called 60-day rebuttable presumption that provide clear boundaries between permissible and prohibited trading.
Minnesota Statute 518.175, subdivision 1, now says that the court shall grant such parenting time in the best interests of the child, with a rebuttable presumption that a parent is entitled to 25 percent of parenting time.
28, 2017, does away with the "rebuttable presumption." Instead, it now says plaintiffs can recover only the "actual cost" of their medical care.
The question then becomes how to determine whether a statutory rebuttable presumption that is not expressly created as one affecting the burden of proof is a presumption that implements public policy.
I further suggest that when any prescription drug passes certain milestones--x million prescriptions sold overy years with a risk profile similar to, say, ibuprofen or aspirin--there should be a rebuttable presumption that the drug becomes OTC-eligible.
Most importantly, the Council created the rebuttable presumption of harassment upon the landlord in any court proceeding alleging tenant harassment.
FCC (1) the Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit upheld the FCC's reversal of "a decades-old, rebuttable presumption that determined whether state and local franchising authorities may regulate cable rates." (2) The D.C.
| Allowing chief police officers additional discretion to withhold disclosure, taking into account age and the circumstances of the offences, with a rebuttable presumption against disclosure of offences committed during childhood.
| considering the feasibility of extending this new approach, possibly with modifications, to the disclosure of offences committed by young adults up to the age of 25 | allowing chief police officers additional discretion to withhold disclosure, taking into account age and the circumstances of the offences, with a rebuttable presumption against disclosure of offences committed during childhood, and | giving individuals the right to apply for a review by the Independent Monitor of police decisions to disclose convictions of cautions.
This, Villanueva said, therefore '(gave) rise at least to the rebuttable presumption that (Marcelino's) true objective was unlawful.'
"This is based on the fact that the premises is situated within a cumulative impact area, where the rebuttable presumption is that an application will be refused unless it can be shown that the premises concerned will not add to the cumulative impact on the licensing objectives being experienced.
Rebuttable Presumption of Significant Public Benefit for Reformulation