not improper

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After the vegetable products of this country, it seems not improper to mention the animals which are found in it, of which here are as great numbers, of as many different species, as in any country in the world: it is infested with lions of many kinds, among which are many of that which is called the lion royal.
It is ironic if not improper that local cement manufacturers, which at the same time are importing cement to augment local supply and are largely causing the surge in cement importation, are themselves asking for government protection against imports.
Because the landowners have not challenged these date ranges as unreasonable, the court cannot say that they violated the statute.<br />Having determined that the trial court's application of Code 56-49.01 was not improper in this case, the court does not reach the question of whether the improper application of the statute could amount to an improper taking.<br />Affirmed.<br />Dissent<br />(Kelsey, J.) Under Code 56-49.01(A), the first "necessary" precondition is that the company has to enter onto the private property to comply with legal requirements.
"(It) is not improper for the prosecutor to call the defendant a 'liar' if conflicts in the evidence make such an assertion a fair inference," Justice Mary Seminara-Schostok wrote in the 32-page ruling.
It was not improper for the school district's appraiser, however, to determine a highest and best use of the Property as a warehouse and office space with excess land suitable for development as he had not assumed that the property was currently subdivided and he had considered what a developer would pay in the property's current market and in the property's current condition.
Desilets stressed the case manager was not improper in the way she handled the situation because up until that point, no "firm policy'' was in place related to well-being checks on individuals in rooms.
2d at 1028-29 (not improper to argue that a witness lied if record evidence supports the accusation, nor is it improper to use "I" if it does not "impermissibly express a personal opinion").
"If a client comes to you with a problem, you have to be truthful with them, but it's not improper to try." Prior to the ethics complaint, ABC News reported in late March, Kelly's firm, Ribbeck Law Chartered, had been aggressively distributing cards and brochures in Chinese to family members of the passengers - a practice that legal experts said would be illegal in the U.S.
Thus, after willful infringement is established, it is not improper to consider the infringer's failure to obtain an opinion of counsel in an enhanced damages determination.
But Ofgem said the unnamed sellers of the six lowball trades that day have given "credible" explanations to "demonstrate that their trading activity was not improper." Energy secretary Ed Davey said Ofgem and the FCA conducted a "rigorous review".
Regulators said they were satisfied with evidence provided to them by traders which explained the transactions and market movements were not improper.
Of course, it is not improper for taxpayers to have a foreign bank account; however, if a taxpayer owes taxes on income from that bank account, failing to pay those taxes can subject the taxpayer to large fines, interest, or criminal charges.