nonconsenting


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non•con•sent•ing

(ˌnɒn kənˈsɛn tɪŋ)

adj.
not consenting; not offering approval, agreement, or compliance.
[1680–85]
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A total of 240 randomly selected patients participated in the study Eleven patients with psychotic disorders, dementia, manic attacks, or mental retardation; 2 patients older than 65 years, and 15 nonconsenting patients were excluded.
In this sense, nonconsensual dissolution enables a form of "delegated private takings" (25) or "private-to-private takings" (26) in which one group of owners dissolves a strata property complex and thus terminates the property interests within it, including those of nonconsenting owners.
This definition parallels the A criterion in the paraphilic definitions in the DSM-5, which identifies a pattern of "recurrent and intense sexual arousal" as well as the B criterion, which specifies that the person "has acted on these sexual urges with a nonconsenting person, or the sexual urges or fantasies cause clinically significant distress or impairment in social, occupational, or other important areas of functioning.
In In re Stanbridge, two defendants were charged under the SVPA, and the attorney general relied on expert testimony regarding diagnoses of "paraphilia, not otherwise specified, sexually attracted to nonconsenting persons," i.
Persons below the age of 20 years, seriously ill and nonconsenting persons.
39) Thus, as in its other inspection cases, the Court bowed to practicalities by signaling that police are not required to obtain a warrant to search the registry of a nonconsenting hotel, but rather can meet Fourth Amendment requirements if they obtain an "administrative subpoena" from a "neutral decisionmaker"; further, the latter individual need not be a magistrate but rather can be an "administrative law judge.
Banking does indeed provide temptations to engage in unethical activities, including exploitation of the vulnerable and imposing risks on nonconsenting third parties, such as the rest of society.
Everyone agrees that religious exemptions that impose significant burdens on nonconsenting third parties can be improper and perhaps unconstitutional.
Still missing, however, is the conceptually distinct move that would impose these federal dynamics on nonconsenting states.
The negative externalities imposed on nonconsenting outsiders by such carelessness can be productively studied in terms of welfare economics.
This is because in both cases we have someone putting a nonconsenting person in an environment and then "kicking them out.
If Young were merely proposing a scheme for the establishment of a new voluntary society or community, a libertarian would shrug his shoulders and say, "Go ahead, try it--but don't pretend that your agreement with consenting others gives you the right to impose your scheme on nonconsenting others.