Appellate court will not reassess the material and seek to reach a conclusion different from the one reached by the court below if the one reached by that court was reasonably possible on the material. The appellate court would normally not be justified in interfering with the exercise of discretion under appeal solely on the ground that if it had considered the matter at the trial stage it would have come to a contrary conclusion. If the discretion has been exercised by the trial court reasonably and in a judicial manner the fact that the appellate court would have taken a different view may not justify interference with the trial court exercise of discretion.
By the 3rd to 5th century BC, they occupied much of Europe north of the Alps. By the 2nd and 3rd century, the Celts had arrived in Ireland. They became known as the Gaels, because of their language and culture and inhabited the island of Eire as Ireland was originally known and named..
It is also important to note that an ordinary homeowner’s policy excludes flood coverage. The key to coverage here, however, is whether the damage comes from rain that’s dropped from the sky or a surge of water rising from the ground. In 2005, a rising tide of water or mud coming up from the ground is only covered if you have flood insurance..
Nature has provided for the Malayali’s needs in abundance. Verdant rolling hills, lush fertile plains, rivers that run through the year and beaches that dot an entire state border bear testament to that fact. The language of the Malayali rolls over his tongue like a bag of marbles in a bowl of gelatin but is sweet to the ear.
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Year was 1962, and it did not take long for her words to seem antiquated. Jacques Yves Cousteau’s exploration of shipwrecks, discovery of previously unknown marine flora and fauna, and invention of novel deep sea exploration tools had already captured public imagination worldwide. A wave of interest in undersea exploration was washing over the scientific community.
The competition watchdog has today announced that it intends to deny a request by the payments industry to force all online stores to use a particular kind of credit card fraud detection technology.The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission says that good news for consumers, because forcing roughly 60,000 online merchants to use the software would have cost nearly $400 million.That cost, according to the ACCC, would have been passed directly on to shoppers.APCA wanted the ACCC to effectively force all online retailers to upgrade their systems to use a single product called 3D Secure.3D Secure is currently owned by Visa, but will soon be jointly owned by Visa, MasterCard, American Express and some others global payments companies.Basically, the software detects if the purchase activity is unusual, and if it has any suspicions, will force you to enter a code sent via SMS to verify your identity.It been around for 10 years, but overall take up by online retailers has been low.That partly because it expensive (merchants have to pay to use it and upgrading their websites costs money), but also because they worry that extra will cause customers to cancel purchases.ACCC Chairman Rod Sims. Picture: Simon BullardSource:News LimitedIn its draft determination on the request today, the ACCC had three main issues.is that if you buy online and there fraud, it pretty well always the business that wears the cost, Mr Sims said. Businesses have an incentive to put extra steps in but they choose not to so why should we mandate that they do? second issue the watchdog had was that mandating a particular anti fraud product is unusual.happens overseas [in places like Europe, India and Singapore], is they mandate that you need to do it, but they let you choose the product, he said.The third problem the ACCC had was effectively giving a massive leg up to Visa, MasterCard and Amex, potentially stopping other anti fraud products from entering the market.Among the big companies supporting the push were Woolworths, Commonwealth Bank and ANZ.