unlaw

unlaw

(ʌnˈlɔː)
vb (tr)
to fine (someone) a sum of money
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'INEC has no lawful authority under the Electoral Act or Constitution to withhold Certificate of Return, it is unlaw. No law that supports the unilateral decision of INEC.
Ohio 2004) (staling that there was an issue of fact regarding whether allowing the plaintiff, who was a manager at JC Penney, to work part-time would cause an undue hardship); (Unlaw v.
The alleged driver was later charged with murder and four counts of attempting to unlaw fully kill and will appear in Perth Magistrates Court today.
It is important to acknowledge that [section] 1201(a) was originally adopted in 1932, An Act Forbidding the Transportation of Any Person in Interstate or Foreign Commerce, Kidnaped, or Otherwise Unlaw fully Detained, and Making Such Act a Felony (Lindbergh Kidnapping Act), Pub.
But George, of Newbig gin-by-the-Sea, says his horses were taken unlaw fully, as he has papers that prove they were allowed to graze in the field near his home.
The very act of exclusion while excluding the bare life of the refugee or asylum seeker as outside of the legal system, also reflects a sovereign power to exercise control through the location of the 'unlaw within law'.
Subsequently, she brought suit for unlaw ful termination alleging retaliatory discharge in violation of the Conscientious Employee Protection Act (CEPA ): defamation: tortious interference with contract, and disability discrimination in violation of New Jersey's Law Against Discrimination (LAD).
The binomial wrang and unlaw is part and parcel of early Scots legal language (see the OED entry for unlaw), and makes reference to 'wrongdoing of a relatively minor sort [...]; the fight to prosecute such wrongdoing' (DSL s.v.
(32) Both the lynch law and the state of exception emerge as unlaw within the domain of law itself.
Temmer was suspended for violations of the Rules Regulating The Florida Bar, relating to the commission of an unlaw ful act and commissions of a criminal act that reflects adversely on the lawyer's trustworthiness or fitness as a lawyer.
Crime Definitions: Fraud is the "intentional misrepresentation of fact to unlaw fully deprive a person of his or her property or legal rights, without damage to property or actual or threatened injury to persons." Larceny is the "unlawful taking, carrying, leading, or riding away of property from the possession or constructive possession of another.
The CPS, however, restricted itself to a statement saying only: "The CPS has this afternoon lodged a petition to appeal to the House of Lords against the ruling of the High Court that the provisional warrants for the arrest of Augusto Pinochet were unlaw ful.