Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
Albany, recognizing the failings of the public procurement process, gave the construction authority broad contractual powers.
Professional conduct - the regulation of members of professional bodies, either acting under statutory or contractual powers.
The contractual freedom of local authorities is less because their contractual powers are statutory in origin and are limited by statute.
As a matter of general principle, public law rules may be relevant in cases where the exercise of a contractual power involves the performance of a public function.
Walker had organized the "American Ship and Commerce Corp." as a unit of the W.A. Harriman & Co., with contractual power over Hamburg-Amerika's affairs.
The state may generally enter into contracts just like any other person, but its capacity to bind itself and its freedom to exercise its contractual powers may be limited by principles of public law.
The hospital contended later it was unaware of these negotiations until April of that year, and that the architect exceeded its contractual powers by delaying and allowing the claims to be presented after completion.
On the other hand - and you also referred to the legal position - are we in the European Union really justified in arrogating legislative or contractual powers to ourselves on every issue that deeply concerns anyone in the EU?
The courts have shown a willingness to intervene if a party exercises a contractual power in a manner that fails to respect the constitutional rights of another party, and may even, in appropriate circumstances, be willing to compel one party to contract with another on constitutional grounds.
Where the alleged breach consists of the exercise of a contractual power in a particular way, it is unclear to what extent principles of public law (as opposed to the ordinary law of contract) can be used as criteria for judging whether the action taken was an abuse of the power.