Talk:Standard of review
|WikiProject Law||(Rated Start-class, Mid-importance)|
Before we start merging Arbitrary, capricious and unreasonable with this I think we should discuss a bit more. The terms Arbitrary and capricious and Arbitrary, capricious and unreasonable are not just terms as per courts of the legal system but occur in tribunal settings involving lay people, eg Boards of Appeal in Universities, School Boards and labor disputes. Have a definition of these terms for those involved in this type of matter is useful. Incorporation of these terms into Standard of review may not be the way to go. Perhaps expand them instead. This page is also very USA centric.
- I agree with the merge proposal. The effect of the New York language is the same; I don't see why we need to have an entire article just because they add a word to basic concept. II | (t - c) 17:39, 26 March 2013 (UTC)
Very poorly written.
Much repetition, for example using the same phrase numerous times in the same paragraph.
Incomplete examples, such as giving a comparison but only stating one of the items being compared.