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    This Review contains major "Controversy"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. CONTROVERSY - A dispute arising between two or more persons. (Web site)
  2. Controversy: A dispute or case.
  3. A controversy is a matter of opinion or dispute over which parties actively argue, disagree or debate.
  4. CONTROVERSY: A disagreement or a dispute that requires a definitive determination of how the law applies to the facts that are asserted to be true. (Web site)
  5. The controversy was nevertheless marked by an epistolary confrontation between two legal experts.

Controversies

  1. Action - Case, cause, suit, or controversy disputed or contested before a court of justice.
  2. Litigation – A case, controversy, or lawsuit. (Web site)
  3. The other controversy that has arisen is about how to interpret a match.
  4. The doctrine of mootness is an aspect of the Constitution's "case or controversy" requirement. (Web site)
  5. Thus, Globe concedes, at least for purposes of this one argument, that Khawar did not intentionally thrust himself into the vortex of any public controversy. (Web site)

Answers Corporation

  1. More from Thesaurus Antonyms information about controversy © 1999-2007 by Answers Corporation. (Web site)
  2. More from Wikipedia Misspellings information about controversy © 1999-2007 by Answers Corporation. (Web site)

Jurisdiction

  1. Once such controversy ceases to exist, the action is moot and this court lacks jurisdiction to adjudicate the matter." United States v. (Web site)
  2. Lack of subject matter jurisdiction, meaning that the court doesn't have the power to rule on the controversy.

Justiciable

  1. A justiciable controversy is thus distinguished from a difference or dispute of a hypothetical or abstract character; from one that is academic or moot. (Web site)
  2. Against the foregoing background, the case before us is not a justiciable case or controversy under Article III. (Web site)
  3. Assuming all these stars align, the QFs may well face a justiciable controversy after the year 2007. (Web site)
  4. Thus, the district court correctly held that there was no justiciable case or controversy in this case at the time the complaint was filed.

Politics

  1. Perennial areas of controversy include religion and politics.
  2. Quotes: No great advance has ever been made in science, politics, or religion, without controversy. (Web site)

Heated

  1. The controversy over abortion has been one of the most heated and bitter in the annals of American politics. (Web site)
  2. Controversy in matters of theology has traditionally been particularly heated, giving rise to odium theologicum. (Web site)

Controversy

  1. III, 2), or is not a "case or controversy" within the meaning of that section; or the cause is not one described by any jurisdictional statute. (Web site)
  2. The question is whether a claim for nominal damages is sufficient to keep alive a controversy that otherwise is moot.

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  1. Life > Behavior > Aggression > Conflicts
  2. Behavior > Aggression > Conflicts > Controversies
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