authority to search

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Why, seeing it’s the first complaint under the law, and knowing the judge set his heart on the thing, I thought it best that the authority to search should come from himself.
Acceptance of the Additional Protocol is essential to the Big Six and the Iranian negotiators already said in the November interim agreement that they would accept the Additional Protocol, which gives the IAEA more authority to search Iran for nuclear violations.
Jaraoon said there are mutual efforts between local authorities and the Yemeni Antiquities Authority to search for sources and donors to fund a project to renovate the castle.
The Minister made it clear that the relations with shipping companies have been re-organized as well as regulations, licenses and procedures required in order to allow such companies to carry out shipping operations, adding that strict arrangements have been imposed by the Public Mail Authority to search export cargo.
He is alleged to have continued mocking the officers, saying neither the Dubai or Syrian police had the authority to search him.
Placement orders would enable the local authority to search the widest possible pool of potential carers.
For example, the IAEA lacks the authority to search for clandestine nuclear materials in two-thirds of the countries that have signed the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons.
Such tools provided British officers indiscriminate authority to search people's homes and property.
Initially, the CIA used that authority to search for alQaida leaders in Afghanistan.
Police officers are allowed to secure probationers' homes without a warrant if the probation officers want to exercise their authority to search them - a crucial tool in gang suppression, team members added.
Three District Judges had given officers the authority to search premises owned by Simple Imports Ltd and Seven Imports Ltd in Dublin, Cork and Limerick.
3) Justice Thurgood Marshall, dissenting, argued that "consent is ordinarily given as acquiescence in an implicit claim of authority to search.