In 29% of cases "enforceable by" is used
They need basic rights, enforceable by law.
That code, theoretically, is enforceable by ACMA.
An agreement and The agreement must be enforceable by law.
A contract is an agreement between two or more people that is enforceable by law.
The banks will be subject to a federal court order enforceable by a federal judge.
Any decision an arbitration tribunal then makes is enforceable by the civil courts.
An unauthorised transaction entered into by the board may be invalid and not enforceable by or against the board.
The only number applicable to a low wage earner is the foreign worker levy, which is strictly enforceable by law.
In 24% of cases "enforceable in" is used
Usually only enforceable in BC.
Contracts are enforceable in the courts.
The rights are enforceable in the courts.
Section 87-Power to make Foreign Judgments Unenforceable in Ghana if no Reciprocity.
These agreements are enforceable in courts of law both nationally and internationally.
Most families would help anyway, but this claim was enforceable in the chief? s court.
Arbitration clauses are not only enforceable in legal contract only, but also enforceable for illegal contracts.
The penalty for not complying with the Affordable CareAct's individual mandate first becomes enforceable in 2014.
Here is a list of the top five ways to ensure that a separation agreement is valid and enforceable in Ontario: 1.
In 11% of cases "enforceable against" is used
Unfair terms are not enforceable against the consumer.
Its still a valid law and enforceable against non Muslims.
Such contracts are likely to be enforceable against the company.
This guarantee shall be irrevocable and enforceable against the Guarantor Company.
If contracts are unenforceable against minors, that is, in most cases, the end of it.
A contract will not be enforceable against a consumer unless the information required.
It guarantees right to life and personal liberty to citizens and aliens and is enforceable against the State.
Still, it should be possible to have an expiration feature that's enforceable against the great majority of users.
Historically, the arbitral community held that last chance agreements are valid and enforceable against the parties.
The Plaintiff's tariffs were only enforceable against parties with whom the Plaintiff contracted, namely, the shippers.
In 7% of cases "enforceable under" is used
The code is enforceable under the law.
This spells out the terms of your agreement, which are enforceable under the RMA.
But such seemingly standard exit rights may not always be enforceable under Indian law.
Also, only the statutory agreement is enforceable under the industrial relations system.
Foreign awards are enforceable under multilateral conventions like the Geneva Convention.
Your request may not be legally enforceable under the HIPAA rule, but enforcement may not be important.
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The Code of Ethics is an expected code of behaviour for practioners and is not enforceable under the Act.
None of these Terms shall be enforceable under the Contracts (Rights of Third Parties) Act 1999 by any third party.
Fact #1: Oral contracts are still contracts A contract does not need to be in writing to be enforceable under the law.
In 6% of cases "enforceable at" is used
An agreement which is enforceable at law can not be contract.
Only that agreements which is enforceable at law is a contract.
Only those agreements which are enforceable at law are contracts.
Contract An agreement between two parties that is intended to be enforceable at law.
Equitable obligation A duty, enforceable at law, to act according to good conscience.
The warrants for Gaddafi et al were issued in the absence of this consent, and therefore are not enforceable at law.
In such cases, even if the agreement possesses all the elements of a valid agreement, the agreement will not be enforceable at law.
The right is enforceable at Common Law and not merely in the Ecclesiastical Court (e) R v Taylor 1721, Burn Ecclesiastical Law, Vol 1.
In case the promise is not supported by consideration, the promise will be nudum pactum (a bare promise) and is not enforceable at law.
In 4% of cases "enforceable as" is used
Order enforceable as a judgment.
Suffice it to say, the LGPL should be just as enforceable as the GPL is.
The Judgment of the Court in a civil proceeding is enforceable as a debt.
Twitter made it clear that 100k tokens was enforceable as of the announcement in August.
The Doctrine of Consideration A gratuitous promise is not enforceable as a contract in English law.
It is also enforceable as a Court judgment giving access to the normal range of enforcement procedures.
The amount awarded is enforceable as a debt and civil debt recovery methods are available to enforce that debt.
This agreement may be enforceable as reasonable liquidated damages, even though the damages were under liquidated.
When successfully resolved, the agreement signed by the parties is binding on the parties and enforceable as such.
The first type is enforceable as a reflection of specific assent, the later may be enforceable under the notion of blanket assent.
In 3% of cases "enforceable through" is used
The Code shall be enforceable through penalties.
It is a contract that is ultimately enforceable through the threat of force.
The public duty enforceable through mandamus must also be an absolute duty i.
The consent order is now enforceable through the courts like any other arbitration decision.
A number of rights and duties, enforceable through the courts, arise as soon as this happens.
Standards and other requirements will be enforceable through inspection and imposition of sanctions as necessary.
AnA Order of Possession of the Residential Tenancy Branch is enforceable through the Supreme Court of British Columbia.
For example, in some countries the right to education may be legally enforceable through national legislation, while in others it.
Arbitration awards made in Hong Kong are enforceable through the courts of most of the countries involving in international trade.
In 3% of cases "enforceable to" is used
This provision is enforceable to the maximum extent permitted by law.
ARREARS enforceable to DATE OF HEARING (7) At the default hearing, the court may decide and enforce the amount owing as of the date of the hearing.
The contributions by the operation are legally enforceable to the extent required by the Superannuation Guarantee legislation and relevant employment agreements.
The contributions paid by the operation are legally enforceable to the extent required by the Superannuation Guarantee legislation and relevant employment agreements.
In 2% of cases "enforceable for" is used
The major SSI provision makes sponsorship agreements legally enforceable for the first time.
Validity Evidence may be adduced to prove that the contract is not enforceable for some invalidating cause.
Duration of Agreement This Agreement shall be enforceable for as long as ITech Plus provides services to you.
Arbitration clauses are not only enforceable in legal contract only, but also enforceable for illegal contracts.
That will be possible when it will be allowed to make election laws necessary for democratic conventions enforceable for practice.
Further more, the yearly and monthly marriage luck flying stars may land on certain directions making them enforceable for marriage luck.
I don't think current copyright is very enforceable for digital IP against individual copiers, so the fact that my version isn't is not something special about it.
In premises already licensed for alcohol, existing conditions relating to the provision of live music will not be enforceable for performances between 8am and 11pm.
On the other hand, a Judgment is enforceable for a period of fifteen years from when it is made and if the offender comes into funds during that time, the Order may be enforced.
In 2% of cases "enforceable on" is used
No contract is enforceable on a minor.
This will give an indication of whether the by-law is enforceable on private property.
That Donnelley law opinion says the by-law is legitimate and enforceable on private property.
Today is the day in which our Bill of Rights, Freedoms and Responsibilities become enforceable on a local level.
Identify and adopt regulations for discrete early actions that could be enforceable on or before January 1, 2010 (HSC 38560.
That is the major challenge for the laws of armed conflict is to find ways to make it enforceable on non-State armed groups.
Then maybe we can get some sense back in the patent system with injunctions fully enforceable on all infringers by all inventors, large and small.
I believe that the O'Melia conclusion (that the by-law is unenforceable on private property) was predetermined and then an argument was hastily prepared to fit the predetermined conclusion.
In 1% of cases "enforceable according" is used
In the following cases, the agreement though made without consideration, will be valid and enforceable according to section 25and 185 17 are as follows: - 5.
Does it mean that goldfish aren't allowed, which would be absurd, and anything that leads to an absurdity isn't enforceable according to the BC Court of Appeal.
The unenforceability of any provision, however, shall not affect the validity of the balance of the Agreement, which shall remain valid and enforceable according to its terms.
If any part of these Terms is found void and unenforceable, it will not affect the validity of the balance of the Terms, which shall remain valid and enforceable according to its terms.
If any part of this Agreement is found void and unenforceable, it will not affect the validity of the balance of the Agreement, which shall remain valid and enforceable according to its terms.
In 1% of cases "enforceable after" is used
It is only enforceable after the baby is born not before.
In Kenya a debt is legally enforceable after default for a period of six years.
In 1% of cases "enforceable before" is used
This makes it enforceable before our courts of law.
That is, the contracts are enforceable before the court of law.
Conversely, if an employer provides for lesser terms for its employees, that agreement will not be enforceable before the UAE courts (and not registrable with the Ministry of Labour -- see below).
In 1% of cases "enforceable between" is used
Noise restrictions are particularly enforceable between 11pm and 9am.
Generally, a restrictive covenant will be enforceable between the original parties as a matter of contract.
P instructs A to act in the purchase of goods from T in the sale of those goods; the contract of sale that is made by A is enforceable between P and T.
In 1% of cases "enforceable from" is used
This is enforceable from when it is served on the defendant until it is heard at court.
The net effect is a fixed rate of financial return for the bank, contractually enforceable from the moment that the bank buys good X from B.
In 1% of cases "enforceable with" is used
We can replace any term which is not valid and enforceable with a term of similar meaning which is valid and enforceable.
The 2006 Olympics Act allows Locog to take action, enforceable with fines of up to 20,000, against ambush marketing and illicit use of trademarks.
The government has quietly sanctioned that their rulings are enforceable with the full power of the judicial system, through the county courts or High Court.
In 1% of cases "enforceable within" is used
This marriage agreement is valid and enforceable within the provisions of the Case Law that governs its interpretation in accordance with the State Law.
In 1% of cases "enforceable without" is used
Some agreements do require consideration to be enforceable while some are enforceable without consideration.