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It became the sole `` subject '' of `` international law '' ( a term which, it is pertinent to remember, was coined by Bentham ), a body of legal principle which by and large was made up of what Western nations could do in the world arena.
Complementing the political principle of nationalism is the legal principle of sovereignty.
In fact, some -- Anzilotti is the principle example -- went so far as to say that all international law could be traced to the single legal norm, Pacta sunt Servanda.
It is an accepted juridical principle in California that a Superior Court decision does not constitute a binding legal precedent.
An appeal " as of right " is one that is guaranteed by statute or some underlying constitutional or legal principle.
" This legal code would recognize sovereignty of the individual and the principle of non-aggression.
* Principle of legal security, which includes a principle of legal certainty and the principle of nonretroactivity
In lawyer lingo, hornbook law or black letter law is a fundamental and well-accepted legal principle that does not require any further explanation, since a hornbook is a primer of basics.
Borland, under Kahn's leadership took a position of principle and announced that they would defend against Lotus ' legal position and " fight for programmer's rights ".
Ten years later, limited liability, the key provision of modern corporate law, passed into English law: in response to increasing pressure from newly emerging capital interests, Parliament passed the Limited Liability Act 1855, which established the principle that any corporation could enjoy limited legal liability on both contract and tort claims simply by registering as a " limited " company with the appropriate government agency.
" Using this legal principle, many judges in Britain and the United States had voided, as an infringement of an individual's property rights, legislation that regulated common law bargains made in the marketplace between employers and their workers.
Recovery of damages is subject to the legal principle that damages must be proximately caused by the wrongful conduct of the defendant.
Statements of principle are, from a legal point of view, not determinative and require extensive interpretation by courts to bring out meaning in particular factual situations.
Article 7 incorporates the legal principle nullum crimen, nulla poena sine lege into the convention.
* Dina d ' malchuta dina (" the law of the land is law "): an additional aspect of Halakha, being the principle recognizing non-Jewish laws and non-Jewish legal jurisdiction as binding on Jewish citizens, provided that they are not contrary to any laws of Judaism.
" " The second part of the principle is almost as important: software on other hosts may contain deficiencies that make it unwise to exploit legal but obscure protocol features.
Judicial economy refers broadly to the principle that the limited resources of the legal system or a given court should be conserved.
Contrary to the legal principle of " no double jeopardy ," after the officers were acquitted, the government renamed the crime and tried the officers a second time for the same event and got a conviction from a jury with black jurors.
The centrality of the principle of limiting narcotic and psychotropic drugs for medical and scientific purposes leaves no room for the legal possibility of recreational use.
This basic legal principle has been incorporated into international criminal law.
In common law legal systems, a precedent or authority is a principle or rule established in a previous legal case that is either binding on or persuasive for a court or other tribunal when deciding subsequent cases with similar issues or facts.

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Although the system established by the Sitges agreement was phased out by 1974, the 1886 Colombian constitution — in effect until 1991 — required that the losing political party be given adequate and equitable participation in the government which, according to many observers and later analysis, eventually resulted in some increase in corruption and legal relaxation.
The Visigoths tended to maintain more of the old Roman institutions, and they had a unique respect for legal codes that resulted in continuous frameworks and historical records for most of the period between 415, when Visigothic rule in Spain began, and 711, when it is traditionally said to end.
Such apparent behavior has been the focus of numerous industrial espionage cases that have resulted in legal battles.
Splitting off from Cold Chillin ', Marl spent several years in a legal battle over money and ownership rights that, in 1998, finally resulted in his being awarded control of all the songs he'd produced for the label.
The end of the Jewish commonwealth in the year 70 CE resulted in an upheaval of Jewish social and legal norms.
Game companies have provided software for and have encouraged machinima, but the widespread use of digital assets from copyrighted games has resulted in complex, unresolved legal issues.
Patterson sold overlapping distribution rights for the film to several parties, which resulted in costly legal entanglements.
They were reformed by a 2007 constitutional act, in order to clarify a situation that previously resulted in legal controversies.
While unsuccessful in the courts, the legal reasoning behind the case changed the landscape of sex discrimination law and resulted in the establishment of Yale's Grievance Board and the Yale Women's Center.
After she divorced Cox on February 2, 1969, Ono and Cox engaged in a bitter legal battle for custody of Kyoko, which resulted in Ono's being awarded full custody.
Among other effects, termination resulted in the legal dismantling of 61 tribal nations within the United States and ending their recognized relationships with the federal government.
This resulted in Zappa's finances and ongoing works becoming part of protracted legal negotiations.
Opportunistic ideological swings to the right by Haya de la Torre in the 1950s, in exchange for attaining legal status for the party, resulted in an exodus of some of APRA's most talented young leaders to the Marxist left.
This case resulted in the Government establishing a committee to recommend a new legal definitions that will suit the development of the kibbutz, and to submit an opinion on the allocation of apartments to kibbutz members.
A restriction of 130 meals at any site being served to the hungry had for 18 years been an unenforced ordinance until March 2009, when a downtown developer presented data to the City Plan Board ( residents appointed by the City Commission to advise the Commission on planning issues ) showing that a downtown soup kitchen distributed significantly more meals than the legal limit, which resulted in a strict enforcement of the meal limit ordinance Outrage has engendered much activism, including the founding of the " Coalition to End the Meal Limit NOW!
This decision resulted in a four-year legal battle that was eventually resolved in favor of Carrizozo by the United States Supreme Court in the case of Gray v. Taylor.
The numerous legal cases that resulted from his visitation policy strengthened the archiepiscopal court at the expense of the lower courts.
This confusion resulted in several new methods practiced by the Supreme Court when overturning a previous ruling to maintain the “... impersonal qualities of the judicial process ...” and keep the sense that legal system is without feeling or prejudice and simply applies justice to those who come before it.
Knight sued for breach of contract, which resulted in a protracted legal battle and the band dropping the word " Railroad " from their name ( in his 2001 autobiography, " From Grand Funk to Grace ", Farner stated that the shortening of the band's name was done after most of their fans began to refer to them as Grand Funk ).
The tolls were leased to private individuals from 1850, but an attempt to transfer £ 320 to the Council finance committee from the navigation in 1859 resulted in nearly a year of legal wrangling, and ultimately the money was repaid in 1860.
This caused a sensation in the press, and resulted in an inconclusive legal suit and a subsequent formal inquiry lasting well into 1875.
This eventually led to a family feud and a legal dispute between Robert and Armand that resulted in Robert leaving Zildjian to form the rival Sabian company.
While the majority of the disputes did not result in lawsuits, in many of the cases the situations raised legal questions, dealt with legal compliance, or resulted in legal remedies such as changes in contractual procedure or binding agreements between parties.

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