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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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Pioneer of human rights jurisprudence in India, late Justice PN Bhagwati, while writing the sole dissenting view (Minority view) in Bachan Singh (Supra) has said, "I am of the view that Section 302 of the Indian Penal Code in so far as it provides for imposition of death penalty as an alternative to life sentence is ultra vires and void as being violative of Articles 14 and 21 of the Constitution since it does not provide any legislative guidelines as to when life should be permitted to be extinguished by imposition of death sentence.
It was reported that appearing for the state's Land and Land Revenue department against Tata Motors Ltd's challenge of the Act, senior counsel Saktinath Mukherjee submitted before Justice I P Mukerji that the Singur Act was not violative of Article 14 of the Constitution which provides for equality before law.
How long the violative condition existed is a necessary element in the analysis.
During House debate on the measure, Kentucky Representative John Marshall Robison insisted that it was "violative of the provision of the Constitution of the United States which expressly provides that Congress alone shall have the power to declare war." Illinois Rep.
* keep the labor secretary from assessing a penalty for less than willful citations if the employer corrects the "violative condition and provides the secretary an abatement certification within 72 hours" (H.R.
Among the rules you have to agree before participating is this: 'you warrant that you will not post any messages that are obscene, vulgar, sexually-orientated, threatening or otherwise violative of any laws.
However, while Commonwealth Transportation Board member Kate Hanley said such figures "[prove] people will respond to incentives to purchase high-mileage vehicles," AP noted that the state law, which the Federal Highway Administration has determined violative of federal rules, is due to expire July 1, 2006.
* Class I is a situation in which there is a reasonable probability that the use of, or exposure to, a violative product will cause serious adverse health consequences or death.
The use of criminal profiling as a means to identify students at risk for violence could be violative of students' constitutional rights.
The district court dismissed the case, finding the regulations were not facially violative of the prisoners' First Amendment rights.
The recall has been designated class I, in which there is "reasonable probability that the use of or exposure to a violative product will cause serious adverse health consequences or death," Roche said in a "Dear Doctor" letter.
However, in 1997, the European Union (EU) challenged the legality of the FSC as an export tax benefit, complaining formally to the World Trade Organization (WTO) to force the U.S to remove this "illegal export subsidy," as violative of WTO agreements.

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