Colorable definition

Colorable means "That which is in appearance only, and not in reality, what it purports to be, hence counterfeit feigned, having the appearance of truth."
Colorable means "that which is in appearance only, ... having the appearance of truth." Black's Law Dictionary 265 (6th ed. 1991). "Appearance" means there must be at least some basis in fact to support the defendant's belief that the killing would be excusable, justifiable, or subject to a legal defense. Of course, we are not dealing here with delusional defendants, as in Santos, whose internal distortion of reality more properly is relevant to the "coldness" element.
Colorable means "That which is in appearance only, and not in reality, what it purports to be, hence counterfeit feigned, having the appearance of truth." Windle v. Flinn, 196 Or. 654, 251 P.2d 136, 146.

Examples of Colorable in a sentence

Tuttle, Note, Adding Color: An Argument for the Colorable Showing Approach to Hybrid Rights Claims Under Employment Division v.

Nance, Colorable Claims: The Continuing Significance of Color Under Title VII Forty Years After Its Passage, 26 BERKELEY J.

Unit IFederal System: Indian Federalism, Identification of Federal Features, challenges to Indian Federalism (Sarkaria Commission) Co-operative Federalism.Distribution of Power between Centre and State Legislature: Principles of Interpretation of Lists (Territorial nexus, Pith and Substances, Colorable Legislation, Harmonious construction).Administrative Powers: Financial Distribution (Finance Commission) Freedom of Trade and Commerce, Constitutional Position of Jammu and Kashmir.

Colorable imitation” is defined by statute as “any mark which so resembles aregistered mark as to be likely to cause confusion or mistake or to deceive.” 15 U.S.C. § 1127 (2012).

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Whether Tribal Civil Jurisdiction Is Colorable In granting summary judgment, the district court reasoned that tribal jurisdiction over Plaintiff’s claim was colorable because the Washington state road on which the traffic stop occurred was tribal land.

We saw how Colorable Legislation doctrine dealt with the issue of Legislative Competence.

Without additional factualdevelopment, moreover, an appellate court may not be able to ascertain whether the alleged error was prejudicial.” Id. at 504-05.C. Landrigan Has Advanced a Colorable Claim of Ineffective Assistance of Counsel.Landrigan has pleaded a colorable claim for relief that cannot be resolved solely on the basis of the state court record.

Willful Infringement 195Exclusions from Infringement 195Doctrine of Equivalents and Doctrine of Colorable Variation 196Declaration as to Non- Infringement 198Acts Which Do Not Amount To Infringement 198Reliefs in Suits for Infringement 198Injunction 198Damages and Accounts for Profits 200Anton Pillar Order 201Groundless Threats of Infringement Proceedings 201Right of Exclusive Licensee to Take Proceedings against Infringement 201Defenses etc.

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Trademark means all rights, title and interests (and all related IP Ancillary Rights) arising under any Requirement of Law in or relating to trademarks, trade names, corporate names, company names, business names, fictitious business names, trade styles, service marks, logos and other source or business identifiers and, in each case, all goodwill associated therewith, all registrations and recordations thereof and all applications in connection therewith.
Licensed Mark means the mark ALTISOURCE.
Infringement has the meaning set forth in Section 6.3(a).
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Logo means the SAP Partner logo as detailed in the SAP Partner Logo Usage Guidelines.
Licensed Trademarks means the trademarks, service marks, trade dress, logos and other icons or indicia designated by SCEA in the SourceBook 2 or other Guidelines for use on or in connection with Licensed Products. Nothing contained in this Agreement shall in any way grant Publisher the right to use the trademark "Sony" in any manner. SCEA may amend such Licensed Trademarks from time to time in the SourceBook 2 or other Guidelines or upon written notice to Publisher.
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Insignia means Insignia Financial Group, Inc., a Delaware corporation.
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Brand means the brand name set forth in the Addendum.
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Product Marks has the meaning set forth in Section 11.9.
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