sorry i meant which one of the points it would fall potentially? The fact that the board approved those plans - would that consitutute
1?fails to use reasonable diligence to determine facts necessary to its decision - by not seeing that it will remove 2 parking spaces from the street?
Also neighbours came back to prostest on the board meeting and the board still found that its OK to proceed for the builder and OKed it - might that be considered:
fails to give proper consideration to facts relevant to the decision???
its technically not fact - its the action of neighbours?
Are there any studies or paper that ni a nutshell describe how to build a factual evidence and what is considered to be a fact vs speculation etc and how to present it in court. What kind of factual evidence would i need to link it ?
Exmaple - i claim that the plans as is were not considered by the board and the fact that board found that parking situation is OK is not based on fact:
Fafctual evidence in this case -> copy opf the construction plans that are presented by the builder to the township. There its visable that there will be a curb cut in place of the current parking.
Is that an appropraite factual evidence? Any idea of a queck summary of a quck guide of presenting factual e3vidence would be much apreciated.
So, in my Examaple ->
i claim that the fact that 2 parking spaces is to be eliminated were not considered by the board and the fact that board found that parking situation is OK is not reasonalble and that evidence was ignored:
Factual evidence in this case(i think to rely upon) -> copy of the construction plans that are presented by the builder to the township. There its visable that there will be a curb cut in place of the current parking.
Is that strong factual evidence in this case or do you think its not? Its a document, not a experts testimony?
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