not authorized by law

See: illegal
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begin strikethrough]The (read from charge) was something of value, benefit, or advantage to [(person bribed)] [a person in whose welfare (person bribed) was interested] not authorized by law.
The Comelec agreed, ruling that Afuang's petition was procedurally infirm and should be summarily dismissed since Afuang was not authorized by law to file a petition, he not being a candidate in the 2016 elections, as required under the Comelec rules of procedure.
And if it is determined that Universal knowingly misrepresented in its takedown notification that it had formed a good faith belief the video was not authorized by law (i.
The testimonials of gendarmes who were ordered by the prosecutor to intercept the trucks laden with arms provide a detailed picture of how MyT had been transporting arms to groups in Syria with political support from the ruling Justice and Development Party (AK Party), despite the fact that it was not authorized by law to do.
The caretaker Cabinet is not authorized by law to allocate money for new infrastructure projects.
2) First, the House and Senate place restrictions on appropriations for agencies and activities not authorized by law.
The unions said they have concluded the county is spending "most" of the $407,000 in ways not authorized by law.
The city claimed the consent decree was invalid because it contained a finding of pre-emption of state and local authority by the federal government that is not authorized by law.
The use of the list is not authorized by law or government regulation and deprives firms that are listed of due process protection," notes Barr president and chief executive officer Edwin Cohen.
Independent of section 6103, it is a misdemeanor under section 7213(b) for an officer or employee of the United States to divulge or make known in any manner not authorized by law "the operations, style of work, or apparatus of any manufacturer or producer visited by him in the discharge of his official duties.
In sustaining Ejercito's arguments, the Comelec ruled that Afuang's petition is procedurally infirm and should be summarily dismissed since Afuang is not authorized by law to file the petition for not being a candidate in the 2016 elections, pursuant to Section 2, Rule 6 of the Comelec Rules of Procedure.
It follows that if an institution is not authorized by law to collect and share personal data or that if the individuals concerned have not given consent for the collection of their personal data, it is unconstitutional to collect and share such personal data.