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One party to a contract may violate it--break it, so to speak; but does it not require all to lawfully rescind it?
It was demanded by nearly all, and particularly by the most respectable inhabitants, that Roderick should no longer be permitted to violate the received rules of decorum by obtruding his own bosom serpent to the public gaze, and dragging those of decent people from their lurking places.
One cannot violate the promptings of one's nature without having that nature recoil upon itself.
I could not violate my sense of hospitality by compelling them to endure this hardship.
This being so, it is impossible that you, who profess the holy creed, should suffer your daughter to violate it.
Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit ruled this summer that requiring school officials to contact parents when their children refuse to devote their allegiance violates the students' rights.
In this instance, any application of the RRHA's policy that violates the First Amendment can be remedied through as-applied litigation.
The Court will consider whether last spring's campaign-finance law violates First Amendment free-speech rights of political groups and individuals.
First and foremost, the law violates the Colorado Constitution," Waagmeester said.
PhrMA sued CMS in federal court alleging that the HMP violates a provision (42 USC [section]1396r-8(b)(1)(A)) that requires manufacturers only to pay rebates for drugs for which payment was made under the state plan.
Department of Justice to sue Los Angeles County on the premise that its redistricting plan violates the Voting Rights Act.
Judge Hagler stated that in this case, the Dowlings seek to enlarge the reach of Romea by arguing that the rent demand which, although signed by an officer of the landlord, nevertheless violates FDCPA because it was drafted by the landlord' s attorneys.