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law's teeth consist in facilitating nonlegal sanctions.
At the heart of The Constitutional State is a trio of chapters devoted to understanding legal and nonlegal rules: how they constitute social groups, how they provide reasons for action, how they contribute to a legal order.
If the ICC's officers acknowledge that there are nonlegal reasons why they depart from the central mission of the court, they run the risk of jeopardizing the gradual acceptance of the norm that committing serious international law crimes is no longer an acceptable political strategy and that such crimes always ought to result in punishment for the perpetrators.
practice, and only have a managerial say with respect to the nonlegal
LAST Thursday saw the implementation of the Legal Services Act, allowing other nonlegal businesses to become involved in the provision of legal services.
(8) That is, we were curious whether people were more or less likely to classify problems with others as legal or nonlegal disputes depending on whether the dispute was from within an intimate or more attenuated relationship.
"Times have been challenging for all law firms in the last few years and BHP are responding by offering more nonlegal services, concentrating on delivering sensible pricing and a personal service for every client, whether a large corporate or private individual.
The letter urged residents to report complaints about drinking and smoking drugs, loud music at unsociable hours, riding around on nonlegal vehicles, violent physical or verbal abuse, damage to property by throwing stones and the theft of fence panels to start bonfires.
She also oversees risk management, both legal and nonlegal, and enterprise risk, which encompasses such issues as competition and labor disputes.
"So far in the Midlands, very few nonlegal members of staff have been made partners as a result of the Legal Services Act amendments, but I think this could, and should, all change."
This paper focuses on the provisions of Washington's Open Public Meeting Act (OPMA), but also addresses other legal requirements, and nonlegal issues surrounding effective and responsive public meetings.
In an effort to provide a counter to legal explanations, Ellickson's "bottom up" explanations focus on individual, rational behaviour at the expense of considering the wide array of nonlegal "top down" forces that shape interaction in households.