Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
Moreover, only a conditional right of savages to the land occupied by them could be recognized.
The issue before the court was whether there was a conditional right to privacy in prescription drug records.
DDR citizens have a right to a passport but only conditional rights to a visa for departure.
The Countryside and Rights of Way Act 2000 gave walkers a conditional right to access most areas of uncultivated land.
Under Proudhon's influence, Lechevalier seems to have contemplated replacing the absolute right of poperty with a conditional right of usufructure.
C immediately acquires a conditional right, from which A is able to release B until the moment of acceptance, when the right of A to release B is extinguished.
The loan equals the amount Blue Arrow eventually plans to raise in a conditional rights offering being underwritten by County Natwest as agent for Natwest Investment Bank Ltd.
This is a conditional right of access to the institutional procedures of the Organisation, but the Security Council is not apparently under any corresponding duty to put the dispute on its agenda, or to apply its procedures to it.
From the employee's point of view, the compensation contract provides a conditional right to buy the equity of the employer and when modeled as an option, the employee's perspective is that of a "long position in a call option."
Roberts was the printer of the playbills for Shakespeare's theatre company, the Lord Chamberlain's Men Roberts had earlier secured the conditional rights to the play, registered by the Company of Stationers on 22 July 1598:
In the Immigration (European Economic Area) Regulations 2000, the United Kingdom declared that most citizens of EEA member states and their family members should be treated as having only a conditional right to reside in the UK.
An applicant may be permitted by the court to intervene (1) when a federal statute confers upon the applicant a conditional right to intervene or (2) when the applicant's claim or defense shares a common question of law or fact with the main action.
The Countryside and Rights of Way Act 2000 (CROW) was gradually implemented from 2000 onwards to give the general public the conditional right to walk in certain areas of the English and Welsh countryside: principally downland, moorland, heathland and coastal land.