be liable

See: answer, owe
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But a hybrid partakes of only half of the nature and constitution of its mother, and therefore before birth, as long as it is nourished within its mother's womb or within the egg or seed produced by the mother, it may be exposed to conditions in some degree unsuitable, and consequently be liable to perish at an early period; more especially as all very young beings seem eminently sensitive to injurious or unnatural conditions of life.
If that kills them, you will be liable to prosecution for murder.
After having been sentenced to a prepetual ostracism from the esteem and confidence, and honors and emoluments of his country, he will still be liable to prosecution and punishment in the ordinary course of law.
By excluding men under thirty-five from the first office, and those under thirty from the second, it confines the electors to men of whom the people have had time to form a judgment, and with respect to whom they will not be liable to be deceived by those brilliant appearances of genius and patriotism, which, like transient meteors, sometimes mislead as well as dazzle.
The fees, including commission, would be liable to tax in India as such amount is earned for rendering services in India.
A The starting position is that if an individual has assets exceeding PS23,250 then they are not likely to qualify for any local government funding and could be liable to pay for the cost of their care in full, whether they receive care at home with carers, in a residential home or in a nursing home.
As you are not a council tenant, you are not liable to pay rent but you will be liable to pay PS91.
A You will be liable for arrears going back six years if you receive a "Notice of Demand" which must come in a prescribed form.
If you think you may be liable to tax, speak to a financial adviser.
Even in the absence of a contract or tenancy, any person who has control over any part of a non-domestic premises or the access to and from the building will also be liable as a dutyholder.
You will be liable for all expenses arising from the cancellation and the cost of remarketing the property.
They could be liable if what they are doing is a deliberate misrepresentation of a product.