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This means that provinces can directly regulate activities in this category without fear of overreaching their jurisdiction or of breaching federal paramountcy.
Second, a national insurer would avoid potential federal paramountcy issues that pit provincial claims against conflicting federal priorities.
Now comes the clincher, there is nothing to prevent the British Parliament from transferring its paramountcy over the whole of India, by statute, to ministers responsible to an Indian legislature.
Commencing with a very brief reminder of the scope of the two doctrines, I will outline first the paradox that can arise if a case invokes both the doctrines of provincial IJI and federal paramountcy.
Once a town triggered the federal regime, however, the principle of paramountcy rendered the provincial scheme inoperative in that town.
The UNCRC addresses in broad terms the issue of children deprived of their family (Article 20) and the use of adoption (Article 21), providing some implicit insight about the eligibility criteria for prospective adoptive parents and stressing the paramountcy of the best interests of the child.
For this reason, a "war on terror" approach that emphasizes the paramountcy of security considerations and creates legal black holes like Guantanamo Bay cannot be sustained over the long term.
This phenomenon was evident in a 1982 decision of Justice Gerard La Forest, then a member of the New Brunswick Court of Appeal, concerning a constitutional case dealing with the confused area of concurrency and paramountcy.
30) There was no question about the paramountcy of the military and about Zia's intent to disestablish political parties in Pakistan.
The simplest is by means of a specific paramountcy provision that clarifies which legislation will prevail in the event of a conflict, but other provisions can also help define the relationship.
Looking back at that most prominent post-9/11 neocon statement of purpose, the administration's National Security Strategy released in September 2002 (an assemblage of contradiction in which neocon ideas were recorded alongside classical liberal internationalist ones), they were roughly the following: a desire to maintain American paramountcy at the expense of the more traditional concept of a balance of power; greater reliance on the use of force and unilateralism in America's defense, through pre-emptive measures if necessary; and a more activist bent in spreading democracy, freedom and free markets throughout the world.
To be sure, he apprehends the petrifications and paradoxes of institutional religion in a modern setting, but at the very same time he underlines the paramountcy of the religious idea as an affirmation of transcendent meaning and as a protest against the braying empirio-critical, anti-spiritual voices that "dictate life and faith" in "the Land of Nothing.