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nuisance

Anything that causes inconvenience, annoyance, or disturbance of normal physiology.
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But ultimately the BOD has legal responsibility for governance and, while required to work closely with staff, it also needs to be able to exercise critical, independent and detached judgement, to avoid figurehead status by merely providing a rubber stamp for decisions made in other forums.
Asahi's public relations department said the company has not acknowledged its legal responsibility in the case and that it agreed to the settlement partly because the former Nippon Housing Loan officials proposed it.
But do the owners of the computers used to launch the attack bear any legal responsibility for the damage to the victims?
From this vantage point, Justice Shaw appears to have abrogated his moral and legal responsibility to protect both the accused and his potential victims, directly and indirectly.
Importers now have the legal responsibility for determining the correct value, classification and admissibility status applicable to imported merchandise.
The CDA alludes to these types of filters but doesn't recognize any legal responsibility on the part of parents, a point Pinyon takes issue with.
The ruling recognizes that Dow Chemical and Corning are separate, independent companies and therefore have no legal responsibility for Dow Corning's breast implant business activities.
I--I would say I have a legal responsibility for them.
We have a moral, ethical, and in my view, even a legal responsibility to do this work," said Sales, who led Fulbright's litigation department for 20 years and continues in an of counsel role at Fulbright.
Spokeswoman Gillian Bird added: "The DSPCA would like to remind horse owners they have a legal responsibility to care for their animals.
9 million to determine immoral and civil legal responsibility over the promotion.
It should also be realised that the governors of the school have a legal responsibility for maintaining standards at the school.