applicable law

applicable law

A term of art referring to the body of statutory law that a court uses to guide decisions in a particular type of case or for a particular group of parties.
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Tendered notes may be subject to proration if the total principal amount of notes validly tendered and not validly withdrawn, exceeds the maximum tender amount, subject to disclosure and other requirements under applicable law.
Sulaymaniyah / National Iraqi News Agency / nina / The Negotiator for the Movement for Change confirmed on Saturday that Massoud Barzani is not a president of the Kurdish region by applicable law. The Negotiator for the MC in the five-parties meetings Bahar Mahmoud told the National Iraqi News Agency / Nina / that Massoud Barzani completed his presidential term and that now he is not the president of the Kurdistan region, according to applicable laws, noting that Barzani has no right to exercise the powers and authorities of the president of the region.
Under applicable law, any attackers using weapons in the name of religion would also be liable to punishment.
She compares problems in the applicable law to copyright infringements in the EU and the US, and investigates whether and how these problems are solved in current American Law Institute (ALI) Principles and the Draft Proposal of the European Max Planck Group for Conflict of Laws and Intellectual Property (CLIP).
Meeting on 1 March, it adopted unanimously its first-reading opinion on the proposal for a regulation on jurisdiction, applicable law, recognition and enforcement of decisions and authentic instruments in matters of succession.
The agreement of the spouses upon the applicable law shall be valid if it is in compliance with the requirements of the law of the chosen state, or the law of the state in which the agreement is made.
The law is clear in most states that under the appropriate circumstances a hospital and/or physician can order a temporary involuntary hold on a mental patient as well as any other patient who may present a threat of imminent harm to himself or others, assuming all of the requirements of the applicable law are met.
"What I can say is that it is the considered view of this administration, and it has certainly been my experience during my time as legal adviser that the US targeting practices, including lethal operations conducted with the use of unmanned aerial vehicles, comply with all applicable law, including the laws of war," he said justifying the strikes, a topic which has remained off-limits of US officials.
Current theories of conflict of laws have one common feature: they all consider the question of the applicable law in terms of a conflict between states.
"Only in its written submissions for the hearing below did Appellant expressly contend that the applicable law of the Compromise Agreement was Jewish law.
Until the issues embodied in these transactions are adjudicated, however, the IRS's interpretation of the applicable law is entitled to no more deference than that of the taxpayer.