By affixing our signatures hereto, we the undersigned commit ourselves to doing everything in our lawful power
to protect our territories from the Kinder Morgan expansion project, and any other tar sands projects that would increase the transportation of tar sands oil through our territories.
After Cardinal Pandulph, the Pope's delegate, pronounces an act of excommunication against John, "by the lawful power
that I have," as he puts it, John's rival, Constance, chimes in: "O, lawful let it be / That I have room with Rome to curse awhile
because a particular department of the government may exert its lawful powers
with the object or motive of reaching an end not justified, therefore it becomes the duty of the judiciary to restrain the exercise of a lawful power
wherever it seems to the judicial mind that such lawful power
has been abused.
Indeed, we don't have the lawful power
to carry that sort of operation out.
Albert Hani adds that such documents have no lawful power
to make parties be correct and therefore there is no need of such memorandums.
The government does not have the lawful power
to force people to act in violation of their consciences.
Furthermore, the use of a lawful power
solely to achieve an illegal objective would not be acceptable under the Convention, regardless of whether such a use of a national legal provision is considered within the country concerned to be objectionable.
As the police serve Her Majesty, it is untenable that they be accountable through commissioners to the Prime Minister who has no lawful power
He had no lawful power
of arrest as no offence had been committed under the Theft Act.
Given the fare was not legally enforceable Mr Quigley had no lawful power
of arrest as no offence had been committed.
Still, it is no small thing when a former dictator in the dock looks the world in the face and does not pretend that his crimes did not happen, merely that he had the lawful power
to commit them.
A YES, since December 2004 it has been a person's right to give lawful power
of attorney to someone else using an Advance Directive or Living Will to have treatment stopped if they are too ill to request this themselves.