Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
An express prohibition on assignment does not in itself render the contract personal.
Jewish tradition sees this as a figuratively expressed prohibition against misleading people.
They demanded and won express prohibition against Government power like the Second Amendment.
"There's no express prohibition on discussing it within secure facilities, so long as it is not made public."
An express prohibition has been imposed against mixing metallic mercury with other substances for export.
There are powerful reasons for construing constitutional silence on this profoundly important issue as equivalent to an express prohibition.
Dynasts who marry against the express prohibition of the king and the Cortes are excluded from the succession together with their descendants.
Consent will be needed where there is a clear express prohibition in a relevant contract or where that contract is "personal".
What's unwise and unacceptable is to turn to Saudi Arabia - or any other country - for secret funds to evade express prohibitions by Congress.
The common law favors the freedom of assignment, so an assignment will generally be permitted unless there is an express prohibition against assignment in the contract.
The research service, a nonpartisan arm of Congress, said Mr. Scully's order "would appear to violate a specific and express prohibition of federal law."
Among further restrictions, those adopted in 1929, a half-decade into Stalin's rule, included express prohibitions on a range of church activities, including meetings for organized Bible study.
The negated form need not (needn't) differs in meaning from must not, however; it expresses lack of necessity, whereas must not expresses prohibition.
Also there may be the relations, A Licence may express prohibitions, and separately Permission may be given to redistribute copies.
Despite express prohibitions from the employer, they were found liable; this was merely an unauthorised mode of the employee carrying out his duties (driving), not an entirely new activity.
Nothing I could say would convince her that I hadn't hidden in Mrs. Waltzhammer's purse on 31 purpose, in spite of Mother's express prohibition.
In 1988, against the express prohibition of Pope John Paul II, he consecrated four bishops to continue his work with the SSPX.
With Gourgaud, who was no less vain and sensitive than himself, there was a standing feud which would have led to a duel but for the express prohibition of Napoleon.
The 1978 constitution disinherits members of the royal family from succession if they marry against the expressed prohibition of the monarch and the Cortes Generales, as well as their descendants.
That, she said, violates the intent of the economic development statute, adding: "There is no express prohibition of what they're doing, but the legislative intent is to grow jobs, to grow business.
"The 10th Amendment's reservation of nodelegated powers to the states is not implicated by a Federal court judgment enforcing the express prohibitions of unlawful state conduct enacted by the 14th Amendment."
If the contract is not personal but contains an express prohibition on assignment, such prohibition will only prevent an assignment of the benefit if on its wording it is clear and precise.
The first, Conway v George Wimpey & Co Ltd involved a driver, who, despite express prohibitions, gave a lift to an employee of another firm, and negligently injured him in an accident.
In Charles XII's absence, in direct contravention to his express prohibition, an unconstitutional meeting of the Swedish Estates in the winter of 1713-1714 was held and proposed peace negotiations.