Author Topic: If there is no legal definition to the terms, street hail and prearrangement  (Read 84 times)

Citytaxistreets

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If there is no legal definition to the terms, street hail and prearrangement, then how does one decide a definition that would allow for judgment? Does it allow the current definition by TLC just because they are the TLC, or does it call for further scrutiny of what really was happening before Uberís arrival?

nyctaxinews

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The appeals court screwed us. They made up their own definition. I wonder who got to them before the hearing?

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I listened to the hearing, but missed the ruling. When the one judge said he could call an FHV that was down his block and get them right away, the lawyer should have said that this was the case for him because he lived near the base, but not for those who don't. Now, with so many vehicles on the road, there is always an empty Uber steps away, so it is like a street hail.
« Last Edit: November 13, 2017, 02:44:25 PM by nyctaxinews »

Citytaxistreets

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There is no ruling yet!!!!

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There is no ruling yet!!!!

Do You know that? I haven't heard one way or the other...

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So where does this leave us?   We need a decision.