Other questions of organizational control are also contentious .
There is nothing contentious or political about them.
He refrained from reaching any firm conclusion, but said that it was plain that the entirety of the claimants' cases was contentious to a degree.
They are inapplicable to orders made by a court of unlimited jurisdiction in the course of contentious litigation.
Now the tables are turned on the university's contentious president.
Of course, there would be limits to this freedom, such as where a party is giving contentious evidence in an arbitration.
Climate change legislation remained contentious and it seems likely that it will studied to death until it's too late to do anything.
The Continuing Record extends to eleven volumes and includes serious, contentious allegations back and forth between the parties and other deponents.
But the moves for exemption are likely to prove highly contentious , coming as they do in the run-up to elections to the Scottish parliament.
Are there other examples of the Supreme Court resolving contentious moral questions based on ambiguous constitutional text?