established law

See: code
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and how came they without the aid of established law, to exhibit, in so eminent a degree, that social order which is the greatest blessing and highest pride of the social state?
He swept away the virtues and the vices, the established laws of good and evil, with the idea of finding out the rules of life for himself.
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A spokesman for the DPM in a statement in Srinagar said, "The detention is contrary to the established law.
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The debut novel of wife and mother Angeline Bandon-Bibum, Sojourner's Dream is an African-American romance between Sojourner Brown, a shy graduate student, and Joseph Kalisa, a cultured corporate lawyer who works for an established law firm in Washington, D.
Given the long judicial history, prior regulations and the lack of rationale behind the 1990 regulations, the Tax Court felt that established law without a timely filing requirement was unambiguous and thus did not defer to Treasury.
We are delighted that such a well respected and established law firm has chosen to relocate its Princeton office to 301 Carnegie," commented Amy Connelly, asset manager in charge of overseeing the property for BPG.
Smith correctly observed: "They seem to be legislators, not judges, promoters of a partisan agenda, not wise teachers relying on established law.
The court denied qualified immunity for the defendants because their alleged acts violated clearly established law.
1) The Court held that government officers performing discretionary functions may be held liable only if their actions violate clearly established law that a reasonable officer should know.
Contrary to his assertions, constitutionalism was already a facto r as early as the reign of Richard II, a king who in spite of his claims to sacred kingship (sancta majestas) issued blank charters which were seen as an infamous violation of established law and justice.