rule of evidence
rule of evidence
- (law) a rule of law whereby any alleged matter of fact that is submitted for investigation at a judicial trial is established or disproved
- Evidence of economic operators’ technical abilities may, as a general rule, be furnished by one or more of the following means, according to the nature, quantity or importance and use of the works, supplies or services:
- However, Germany has not provided conclusive evidence to rule out the existence of a component of State aid remaining with the machinery rings, as the machinery rings were not under a legal obligation to pass on the full amount of aid received to farmers in the form of services at reduced price.
- The Commission does not rule out the opening of a new investigation concerning the same product if and when evidence is provided that points to injurious dumping, in line with the requirements set out in the relevant provisions of Article 5 of the basic Regulation.
- From January 1997, the annual circulars to all dealers concerning implementation of the new bonus scheme stipulated — as is borne out by other evidence — that only passenger cars registered in the Dutch market would as a rule count towards payment of the bonus.
- The evidence indicating that the scale sought to restrict competition includes the intentionally rule-making tone of the title and of the recitals in the preamble, and the fact that for 18 years the Association drew up and circulated a standard contract in which the only option for determining fees was a reference to the scale.
- The Commission deemed the Italian authorities replies insufficient as they did not rule out the possibility of applications for aid being repeatedly submitted by different service stations belonging to the same large enterprise(s), and they furthermore failed to provide evidence that the contractual relationship  was such as to bind the dealer (operating the service stations) to the supplier without leaving him any leeway.