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An impartial plan was needed to be implemented through authoritative law enforcement personals in order to revive the economic activities in the city.
Each of the contributions in this section responds to the Persian imperial authorization hypothesis of Peter Frei, which connected the compilation and promulgation of the Pentateuch to the Persian recognition of these writings as authoritative law.
Major provisions of the Pension Protection Act covered by CCH's authoritative Law, Explanation and Analysis include:
Authoritative law requires the use of extensive force for both implementation and enforcement, in contrast to customary law, which arises through social interaction.
Income from gas and oil exports will be used to develop other sectors of the economy, mainly agriculture, says the programme document, according to an article issued from the authoritative law firm Dr.
Chris brings a wide-ranging knowledge of the European legal market as well as an appetite for tough, authoritative law firm reporting.
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He said that what the opposition parties in Sindh assembly had done in the assembly was witnessed by the people and the opposition parties that had welcomed the authoritative laws promulgated by the Military dictators but termed the laws promulgated by the elected democratic government as black law were exposed to the people.
of Notre Dame) brings early Christian scholastic legal and political thought regarding the source of authority in the law into conversation with contemporary philosophy of law and political theology concerning how one can ground the authority of the law such that the source of authority does not rest on extra-legal considerations of probity or intrinsic reasonableness but instead on correct procedure and authoritative laws.
It is noteworthy that authoritative laws of property -- rising to the level of criminal laws -- were promulgated to protect slavery for essentially the same reason that England was awash in death penalty felonies related to property rights at the time of the American Revolution.
Within the romance itself the three episodes featuring the authoritative Laws of Love, their falsification, and finally their complete revision illustrate deconstruction of the "author function" through the force of the Platonic textual "drift" against which d'Urfe cautions his protagonists in his prefaces.