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VIS

[Latin, Force or violence.] A term employed in many legal phrases and maxims, such as vis injuriosa, "wrongful force."

See: ability, coercion, compulsion, essence, faculty, force, impetus, import, importance, influence, life, meaning, power, pressure, significance, signification, stock, store, strength

VIS. A Latin word which signifies force. In law it means any kind of force, violence, or disturbance, relating to a man's person or his property.

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The various petitions were filed before the apex court to examine inter alia the vires of a notification issued by the Forest and Wildlife Department of the Government of Sindh dated 21st October 2014 (the Notification).
It is unacceptable for any member of the judiciary to give an ultra vires decision.
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Federal High Court, Abuja, said that any Islamic banking licence issued by the Central Bank of Nigeria is "unlawful, illegal, ultra vires, null and void.
At the time, I drew on a line from the Aeneid by Virgil (70 - 19 BC): Vires acquirit eundo [Gathering strength as it goes.
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