Genuine request, as that is the first time I have seen the assertion that there was an express condition attatched to him being allowed to leave Sweden.
Knole in Kent was judiciously bequeathed to the former, he being the richer man of the two, on the express condition that his lordship should expend £ 6,000.
He accepted on the express condition that he need not campaign and would not pledge himself to a position on any political issue.
When I first conscripted the Gallic soldiers the Emperor is demanding, it was on the express condition that they would never be taken to regions beyond the Alps.
The king at last declared his readiness to grant the request, but on the express condition that Teniers should give up selling his pictures.
Blackburn J reasoned that the rule of absolute liability only applied to positive, definite contracts, not to those in which there was an express or implied condition underlying the contract.
Then it was returned as a gift to the German Federal Republic on the express condition that 'maintenance and fitting display would be guaranteed' to the war veteran.
This came on the express condition that the gross dye should be washed off first.
I also supported the proposal not to allow exports of waste other than for recycling, on the express condition that they should subsequently be imported back into the EU.
They were given on the express condition that they will never be played.