Jaitley also said that the fugitive economic offenders will be disentitled
from defending any civil claim.
Thus sending Jadhav inside Pakistan by giving him a false identity on espionage and funding of terrorists activities were some of the reasons which disentitled
India from invoking jurisdiction of ICJ, Pakistan argued.
If an enlisted political party fails to comply with the provisions of the Act, it will be disentitled
for allocation of symbol for the election.
limited purpose is, for that reason alone, disentitled
For one's service to Canada in the military a person apparently becomes disentitled
to intellectual property at the whim of the government
The SCC's holding that the claimant was disentitled
from seeking protections under the British Columbia Human Rights Code (3) (BC Code) is one example of problematic labour market segmentation.
The assimilation of'queer' (and often 'queer of colour') into white-dominated academic formations in Europe has done nothing to contest how racialized people are inscribed as deficient, inferior and disentitled
to life chances on account of their failed masculinities, femininities and heterosexualities (El-Tayeb, 2003; Haritaworn, 2005).
public for a limited purpose is, for that reason alone, disentitled
concurring) ("I would not assume that all information voluntarily disclosed to some member of the public for a limited purpose is, for that reason alone, disentitled
to Fourth Amendment protection.
he may, for substantive reason be disentitled
to declaratory relief'.
A finding that the crime-fraud exception to confidentiality applies simply means that the party to the communication is disentitled
from keeping its conduct or communication secret.
Because a judgment creditor has no interest in a debtor's property merely by serving a restraining notice on a third party, where the third party violates the restraining notice, the judgment creditor is disentitled
to pre-violation interest.