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Legally speaking, the Council is a single entity, but it is in practice divided into several different council configurations ( or ‘( con ) formations ’).
" Legally, such a sentence is not regarded as punishment like a prison sentence, but as a special measure.
Legally, the term “ nuisance ” is traditionally used in three ways: ( 1 ) to describe an activity or condition that is harmful or annoying to others ( example-indecent conduct, a rubbish heap or a smoking chimney ); ( 2 ) to describe the harm caused by the before-mentioned activity or condition ( example-loud noises or objectionable odors ); and ( 3 ) to describe a legal liability ( responsibility ) that arises from the combination of the two.
Legally the term footpath is only used for paths that do not abut a carriageway.
Legally, it is based on the enactment ( Reichsgesetzblatt I S. 1573 ) of 1 September 1939 Verordnung über die Erneuerung des Eisernen Kreuzes ( Regulation for the Re-introduction of the Iron Cross ).
Legally, this defense had a very weak standing for him, since in cases of legal provocation providing for diminished capacity, it is required to have an immediate response.
Legally, the Magistratisches Bezirksamt ( district office ) is a local office of the municipality's administration.
The latter stereotype is a central plot element of The Paper Chase and appears in Legally Blonde.
Legally, a summons ( also known in England and Wales as a claim form, New South Wales as Court Attendance Notice ( CAN ) is a legal document issued by a court ( a judicial summons ) or by an administrative agency of government ( an administrative summons ) for various purposes.
Legally declared fathers have access to paternity testing services under the new regulations, provided the putative parental DNA being tested is their own.
Legally it is not necessary to be a member of the IStructE when working on structures in the UK, however industry practice, insurance and liabilities dictate that an appropriately qualified engineer be responsible for such work.
Legally, most states have time-based rules for the definition of " classic " for purposes such as antique vehicle registration ; for example, Most states define it as " A motor vehicle, but not a reproduction thereof, manufactured at least 20 years prior to the current year which has been maintained in or restored to a condition which is substantially in conformity with manufacturer specifications and appearance.
Legally, this is very similar to detached houses, but because of the intertwining of interests in the single architectural building, a homeowner's association is required.
Legally, a swaption is an agreement between the two counterparties to exchange the required payments.
* The film Legally Blonde was originally set at Stanford Law School, which is also the setting of the book it is based on.
Legally, it is an international treaty.
Legally freed for the second and final time, Cinquè bids emotional farewells to his companions ; shaking Adams's hand, giving Joadson his lion tooth which is his only memento of Africa and thanking Baldwin in English and in Mende.
Legally, however, the term " salesperson " is still used in many states to describe a real estate agent.
Legally Blonde 2: Red, White & Blonde ( also referred to as just Legally Blonde 2 ) is the 2003 sequel to the 2001 film, Legally Blonde.

Legally and defined
Legally they are defined by the Lieutenancies Act 1997 as Counties and areas for the purposes of the lieutenancies in Great Britain with reference to the areas used for local government.
Legally, the Mississippi section of U. S. 65 was defined in Mississippi Code Annotated § 65-3-3.
Legally, the route of Interstate 494 is defined as part of unmarked legislative route 393 in Minnesota Statutes § 161. 12 ( 5 ).
Legally, the route of I-220 is defined in Mississippi Code § 65-3-3.
Legally, the Mississippi section of US 72 is defined in Mississippi Code § 65-3-3.
Legally, MN 3 is defined as legislative routes 1, 115, and 334 in the Minnesota Statutes.
Legally, the route of I-694 is defined as part of unmarked Legislative Route 393 in the Minnesota Statutes § 161. 12 ( 5 ).
Legally, the route of Interstate 394 is defined as unmarked legislative routes 10 and 107 in Minnesota Statutes §§ 161. 114 ( 2 ) and 161. 115 ( 38 ).
Legally, MN 7 is defined as several different constitutional and legislative routes in state law.
Legally, State Highway 5 is defined as legislative routes 45, 102, 109, 111, and 121 in the Minnesota Statutes.
Legally defined, recognitional picketing is a method of picketing that applies economic pressure to an employer with the specific goal to force the employer to recognize the issues facing employees and address them through bargaining with a union.
Legally, the route of I-190 is defined at South Dakota Codified Laws § 31-4-203.
Legally, the route of I-229 is defined at South Dakota Codified Laws § 31-4-210.
Legally, MN 610 is defined as Route 333 in the Minnesota Statutes § 161. 115 ( 264 ).

Legally and by
Legally the countries remained separate sovereign states, but with their domestic and foreign policies being directed by the same common monarch.
Legally and by treaty a semi-autonomous " nation " within the United States, the Lakota Sioux are represented locally by officials elected to councils for the several reservations and communities in the Dakotas, Minnesota, Nebraska.
Legally, Charles had every right to do this — the renunciation of sovereignty by Charles was never made and therefore Gascony was still legally land held by the King.
Fiddler On The Roof, starring Henry Goodman as Tevye, played at the theatre from May 2007 to February 2008 and has been followed mostly by other musicals, including Legally Blonde, which played from January 2010 to April 2012.
In 2003, Witherspoon followed up the success of Legally Blonde by starring in the sequel Legally Blonde 2: Red, White & Blonde.
Legally, a city in Washington can be described primarily by its class.
Legally, Mexican Americans could vote and hold elected office, though they were also constrained from voting in most places by literacy tests and poll taxes.
Legally, any property acquired by individual family members ( whether sons, daughters or slaves ) was acquired for the family estate: the paterfamilias held sole rights to its disposal and sole responsibility for the consequences, including personal forfeiture of rights and property through debt.
Legally speaking, any " interim " Prime Minister appointed by the Governor General would not merely be an " Acting Prime Minister ," and would have the full powers and prerogatives of any other prime minister.
Legally, however, the Duchy remained separate from France proper ; the two titles were linked only by the marriage of the King and Queen, and in 1498 when Charles VIII died childless, the title Duke of Brittany remained with Anne, rather than passing to the heir of France, Louis XII.
Legally, Brittany still remained distinct, and its future remained dependent on the Ducal bloodline, now held by the House of Montfort.
Legally, Walloon has been recognized since 1990 by the French Community of Belgium, the cultural authority of Wallonia, as an " indigenous regional language " which must be studied in schools and encouraged.
" Legally, the investigations by the paper and the federal prosecutors ended inconclusively.
* Fictional universities featured in television shows and movies such as Beverly Hills, 90210, Saved by the Bell: The College Years, Legally Blonde and The L Word
Legally two separate national forests — the Chequamegon National Forest and the Nicolet National Forest — the areas were established by presidential proclamations in 1933 and have been managed as one unit since 1993.
Legally, Parliament at any point in future could reverse legislation approved by referendum because the concept of parliamentary sovereignty means no Parliament can prevent a future Parliament from amending / repealing legislation.
Legally, it was incorporated as OPCAN, a non-profit corporation created by letters patent dated January 26, 1977 pursuant to Part II of the Canada Corporations Act.

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