breach of the law

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If, as I imagine, there is no breach of the law in this matter, you can absolutely depend upon my discretion and my cooperation in keeping the facts out of the papers.
In an association where the general authority is confined to the collective bodies of the communities, that compose it, every breach of the laws must involve a state of war; and military execution must become the only instrument of civil obedience.
It did not have the specific consent of the people it was making the automated marketing calls to, meaning it was in breach of the law.
The civil servant in question, Savia Orphanides, who was recently seconded by the ministry to the European Investment Bank did not apply for such an approval and was therefore in breach of the law.
The author stresses that the breach of the law on protection of Lake Ohrid by stealing land and constructing facilities for making legal profits, violates the global cultural and natural heritage protected by UNESCO.
These include storing the data of vehicles in breach of the law governing public parking -- and alerting inspectors to take action against of violating drivers.
He has noted that there are cases of a breach of the law passed by the Parliament on the ban on inspections for small and medium businesses at the local level, "The law says that inspections of small business are banned for two years, for all businesses - in the first half of this year.
In his view, this situation shows that the buildings have been put up in breach of the law.
This was said in the order that land of these two sub sectors has been acquired in connection with housing scheme of Federal Government Employees Housing Foundation and constructing the mud or bricked homes or making any change therein in order to increase the cost of built up property is breach of the law.
WHETHER Steve Green was in breach of the law for what I consider is the petty issue of sailing his legally allowed electric model power boat on a Birmingham City Councilowned lake solely for use of members of Birmingham Yacht and Power Boat Club, doesn't matter (Mail, April 30).
Bobbies used powerful flash cameras to take pictures of drivers in breach of the law.
This means that consumption of any amount of drink or drugs could render you in breach of the law.