unprohibited

unprohibited

(ˌʌnprəʊˈhɪbɪtɪd)
adj
not forbidden, prohibited, or against the law
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Article 12 stipulates that journalists or media personnel have the right to attend conferences and public meetings, conduct meetings with citizens, and photograph in unprohibited public places after obtaining the necessary permits.
when it leaves appreciable damage to that supposedly vital interest unprohibited." Church of Lukumi Babalu Aye, Inc.
(8) On the one hand, Vietnamese leaders have publicly praised Facebook as "an essential and unprohibited need" that offers "sharper communication tools than conventional methods".
[5] EDs provide unprohibited access to care, to large volumes of patients for a short period of time.
And, unprohibited, Israel could "transfer" its 20 percent Palestinian minority into the new, overcrowded mini-state.
Locals of the area demanded authorities concerned to take stern actions against those involved in unprohibited business and stop smuggling of spare parts.
when it leaves appreciable damage to that supposedly vital interest unprohibited." (158) Under the ACA, any "grandfathered" group health plans that were in effect on March 23, 2010, are not required to comply with the HHS mandate, and employers who retain less than fifty full time employees are not subject to penalties for failing to offer coverage.
A property right can be defined as "a method of assigning to particular individuals the 'authority' to select, for specific goods, any use from an unprohibited class of uses" (Alchian, 1977, p.