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Is there anyone kind enough to explain to me what does "threshold question" mean?
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Sure. We are all kind here.Emotion: smile

Can you first provide some context for the phrase? Where did you encounter it?

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In one sense, the "Threshold question" means the "primary question" or "the first question that needs answers". See this video for example,

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A threshold question is whether nationality-based discrimination is included ....

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A question which controls the resolution of other questions. For example, "Do you want to go out to dinner" might be a threshold question before asking "Where do you want to go to eat dinner?".

Threshold question means a question raised that, if resolved in favor of the movant, would deprive the opponent of standing in the interference.

In one sense, the "Threshold question" means the "primary question" or "the first question that needs answers".

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In order for "threshold question" to mean anything at all, it would have to be commonly understood, just like any other word, and it isn't. I would not know what you meant if you mentioned a threshold question, and I would not be able to figure it out from the mere two words it is made up of. I might guess it was something like "Can I come in?" It seems to be jargon among government lawyers, and it should be left to them.