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The plaintiff prayed the court to compel the girl's parent's to bring her back to his house as the marriage was legally contracted.
In future, contracts will no longer need to be printed in order for them to be signed in a legally binding way.
Featuring songs like the soaring title track, the anthemic So Much Better, epic What You Want, high-octane fitness call to arms Whipped Into Shape and, of course, Bend & Snap, Legally Blonde is a show that lays down the law in fabulous style.
A couple years after the original flick came out, a sequel, "Legally Blonde 2: Red, White & Blonde," was released, which saw Elle take on Washington, D.C.
Can an otherwise legally competent child alone ever consent to a surgical operation?
29, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi assured the Philippines that China will strictly follow the code whether it is legally binding or not.
On September 4, GASB published guidance to clarify the financial reporting guidelines for state and local governments that hold majority interests in legally separate organizations.
With everyday developments and rapid strides in the way we interact and use technology and materials, maintaining the business edge depends not only on innovation, but also on taking measures to legally protect the innovative output.
Hot on the heels of the announcement that ReeseWitherspoon will return for Legally Blonde 3, Linwood High School are putting their spin on Legally Blonde - the musical.
A third Legally Blonde film is on the way, with reports suggesting Reese Witherspoon is to reprise her role as idealistic lawyer Elle Woods -- 15 years after her last outing as the character.
Summary: New Delhi [India], June 8 (ANI): Reese Witherspoon's upcoming film 'Legally Blonde 3' has an official release date.