This circumstance, however (as you are no doubt aware), does not disentitle
me to make the customary stipulations with her future husband.
It provides for attachment and confiscation of property of fugitive economic offenders and disentitles
them from defending any civil claim.
That the evidence on record with regard to such charges remained un-rebutted by India and which clearly shows abuse of rights, and this alone disentitles
India to any relief from the court.
A court can also "refuse to make an order in favour of a person whose character or conduct, in the court's opinion, disentitles
the person to the benefit of an order" under the legislation.
Thus the appellant is not honest and ameen in terms of Article 62(1)(f) of the Constitution and such lack of qualification 'disentitles
the appellant from being a candidate for or being a member of the parliament or the provincial assembly', according to the judgement.
controversy, we believe it disentitles
the defendant to call upon the resources of the Court for determination of his claims." Id.
Although Dowell fails to recognize that purchasing Branshaw Manor, rather than inheriting it, entitles him to its occupancy but also disentitles
him from the seigniorial role, at the end of the novel he does acknowledge his isolation:
b (discussing the principle of agency that "willful and deliberate breach disentitles
agent to recover in quantum meruit").
[the accused to the defence of necessity]; to be involuntary the act must be inevitable, unavoidable and afford no reasonable opportunity for an alternative course of action that does not involve a breach of the law" (supra note 72 at 259).
Too many questions have been raised on his role, which severely disentitles
him for the new role," Prasad said.
In the case of a Mar Thoma bishop, life-long celibacy is a solemn commitment, the breach of which disentitles
him to the position, though there is, sadly, no provision in the church constitution to remove a deviant shepherd.