The old man's illness had not lasted many days when he took formal possession of the premises and all upon them, in virtue of certain legal powers
to that effect, which few understood and none presumed to call in question.
To be sure, there might have been a purpose in his questions; for though he was thus sequestered, and like the other landed gentlemen of Scotland, stripped by the late Act of Parliament of legal powers
, he still exercised a patriarchal justice in his clan.
DETAILED proposals for a new legal power
to bring empty buildings and vacant and derelict land back into use have been put forward.
Decisions of legal officials, promises, contracts, wills and taxes are considered as some examples of legal power
PREMIER League bosses have won the legal power
to stop fans seeing matches on the internet without paying.
The legal power
of the WHO FCTC has enabled rapid adoption of further instruments to promote its implementation, thus, enhancing the international instrumentarium for health, and it has also prompted stronger role for national legislation on health.
of objectives in a preamble endowed with maximal legal power
BoE has reportedly said that it wants legal power
to cap the ratios which are used for mortgage applicant approvals.
The move comes as the German state's legal power
to ban the book expires in 2015.
The seminar discussed several themes and explained the provisions of CEDAW agreement and its legal power
before Bahraini courts and considered national regulations commensurate with CEDAW, egalitarianism, non-discrimination, judicial power, the Labour Law for the Private Sector and the Family Law (Part 1).
Secondly, what is the legal power
that allows one group of individuals to impose requirements on other disadvantaged and vulnerable individuals?
The legal ruling confirms that councils have no legal power
to incorporate Christian prayers, or any other religious practice, into their meetings.