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violate

(vī′ĕ-lāt″) [L. violare, to injure]
To harm or injure a person, esp. to rape a female.
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The Court held that the state housing agency's trespass policy did not violate the First Amendment's over breadth doctrine because neither the basis for the barment sanction, a prior trespass, nor its purpose, preventing future trespasses, implicates the First Amendment.
Judge Hagler stated that assuming arguendo, that the rent demand or the petition violates FDCPA, it may give rise to liability on the part of the landlord under FDCPA, but it does not serve as a defense to the underlying eviction proceedings.
company planning a minority investment that had obtained a pledge from the foreign company and a foreign employee not to violate the FCPA; retained the right to have the company's books and records audited for FCPA violations by a major U.
In 1992, residents tried to prevent a group home for handicapped children on the grounds that it would violate zoning ordinances restricting the number of unrelated people allowed to live in a single home.
You will learn the principles of US sanctions and trade embargoes and the history and importance of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), and will be able to identify conduct that violates the FCPA.
The Court will consider whether last spring's campaign-finance law violates First Amendment free-speech rights of political groups and individuals.
Nor would it be prudent for them to disclose the information outside the firm, as this would violate the confidentiality requirement in the profession's code of ethics and risk their personal and firm liability for being "tippers" of inside information.
Second, if defendant's membership decisions are subject to the Unruh Civil Rights Act, would enforcement of the statute, so as to prohibit defendant from rejecting plaintiff's application for the position of assistant scoutmaster, violate defendant's (or its members') right of association under the First and Fourteenth Amendments of the federal Constitution?
The courts have applied the willfulness element to require a finding beyond a reasonable doubt that the defendant acted with the specific intent to violate the tax laws.
Would this technically violate the Clean Water Act?
3, 1987) and the tax policy objectives underlying the solely-for-voting-stock requirement, it appears that, with possibly two exceptions, poison pill rights are not separate property that would otherwise violate the solely-for-voting-stock requirement.
Finally, he charges that since the treaty rules out development, testing and deployment of anything but a fixed, landbased system at one designated site in each country, SDI is bound to violate the treaty in other areas soon if it hasn't already.