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It also contravened sections 363 and 364 of the Criminal Laws of Lagos State 2003.
A number of bread producers were found to have contravened the law by fixing prices and dividing markets amongst themselves.
Northumberland County Council said the A-board was turned down because it contravened Conservation Area Policy and had to be sited only outside the premises it advertises.
Although the statement does not explicitly declare Pyongyang in "violation" of 1718, diplomats said the finding that it contravened the resolution, a compromise that was acceptable to Beijing, has the same legal meaning.
A spokesman for Warwickshire Fire and Rescue Service said: "We are investigating a fire at a property in Millers Dale Close, and are satisfied that the housing association has not contravened any fire and safety regulations.
Havant & Waterlooville responded by bringing in a QC to examine whether that ruling contravened regulations - but their efforts became academic after floodlight failure forced the abandonment of the Thurrock match.
The court heard that the waste discharge at the company's premises at HSE, in Dollman Street, Nechells, on May 25 last year contravened Water Industry Act rules.
The policy, he said, not only lacked any statutory basis, but "arguably contravened central provisions of the Child and Family Services Act.
The court held that the sheriff's department contravened state statutes and violated the detainee's procedural due process rights by refusing to release the detainee, despite his proffer of sufficient funds to post the amount of bail that had been set.
Archbishop Crawley told the CoGS meeting that he will suspend disciplinary proceedings against Bishop Buckle, whose offer to parishes in New Westminster contravened Bishop Ingham's authority and is illegal under church law.
In the interview which was published in papers across Europe, Father Amorth also criticized the disordered morality presented in Rowling's works, noting that they suggest that rules can be contravened and lying is justified when they work to one's benefit.
But the commission added that if the code was contravened again for a similar reason, the present incident would be taken into consideration.