lawful cause

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As bride and groom stand at the altar, there's that cliffhanger moment where the vicar asks, "If there be anyone present who may show just and lawful cause why this couple may not be legally wed"
The case involves charges of syphoning funds without lawful cause from sales proceeds of the National Bank of Egypt at a total amount of LE 2,051,028,648 as well as acquisition of the Bank's shares in the Bourse.
112-1(b)(1) defines "service in a combat zone" to include any periods a MAF is absent from duty due to sickness, wounds, leave or internment by the enemy or other lawful cause.
In addition, service in a combat zone includes any periods an armed forces member is absent from duty due to sickness, wounds, leave or internment by the enemy or other lawful cause.
The jury accepted the activists' claim that they possessed a lawful cause to destroy the Aventis corporation's genetically altered crops.
Possessing an imitation firearm or air weapon in a public place without a lawful cause is also set to become an arrestable offence.
Japan has the Habeas Corpus Law and the Japanese Constitution prohibits detention without lawful cause.
In these circumstances, the Crown say when he stabbed Bally he had no lawful cause to stab him.
Smith is ordered released immediately unless held for other lawful cause,'' it said.
Literally translated, the Latin words mean, "You have the body" and were the first terms of a writ served upon King's officers or others who had someone in custody, requiring that the detained person be brought before a judge and that the custodian demonstrate lawful cause to continue to retain the person.
Following the recent national firearms amnesty, the government is to introduce new laws making it an offence to carry imitation guns and air weapons in a public place without lawful cause or reasonable excuse.
Following the recent firearms amnesty, the government is to introduce laws making it an offence to carry imitation guns and air weapons in public without lawful cause or reasonable excuse.