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by authority of law in a sentence

"by authority of law" in Chinese  
  1. Prescription is a title by authority of law, deriving its force from use and time.
  2. With the approval of the British Government, though not at first by authority of law, the Banking Department borrowed cash from the Issue Department.
  3. Article 31 stated that " no person shall be deprived of his property save by authority of law . " It also indicated that compensation would be paid to a person whose property has been taken for public purposes ( often subject to wide range of meaning ).
  4. The Forty-Fourth Amendment of 1978 deleted the right to property from the list of fundamental rights A new provision, Article 300-A, was added to the constitution, which provided that " no person shall be deprived of his property save by authority of law ".
  5. (d ) No person shall engage in a sexual act with a child who is under the age of 18 and is entrusted to the actor's care by authority of law or is the actor's child, grandchild, foster child, adopted child, or stepchild.
  6. It's difficult to find by authority of law in a sentence.
  7. A new article, Article 300-A, was added to the constitution to provide, " No person shall be deprived of his property save by authority of law . " Thus, if a legislature makes a law depriving a person of his property, it will not be unconstitutional.
  8. The Forty-Fourth Amendment of 1978 deleted the right to property from the list of fundamental rights with an introduction of a new provision, Article 300-A, which provided that " no person shall be deprived of his property save by authority of law " ( Constitution 44th Amendment, w . e . f . 10.6 . 1979 ).
  9. As the Law strictly forbids the giving to a convicted criminal a single blow beyond the lawful number ( Deut . xxv . 3 ), the sages concluded that a blow given to any one, except by authority of law, was forbidden by Scripture; and they held that, though the assailant had paid all damages, he should ask forgiveness from the injured party, and that it was the duty of the injured, when earnestly entreated, not vindictively to withhold his forgiveness ( B . 2 . viii . 7 ).
  10. Justice Clifford wrote,  Money, in the constitutional sense, means coins of gold and silver fabricated and stamped by authority of law as a measure of value, pursuant to the power vested in Congress by the Constitution,  and that,  Intrinsic value exists in gold and silver .  As to the fact that the Court ruled differently on the same question a year prior Justice Clifford said,  it is admitted by the majority of the court that the first question, that is the question whether the acts under consideration are constitutional as to contracts made before their passage, was fully presented in the case of Hepburn v . Griswold, and that the court decided that an act of Congress making mere paper promises to pay dollars a legal tender in payment of debts previously contracted is unconstitutional and void .  Ultimately, Clifford argued that if the people want to have paper money they can pass an amendment, but to expand powers by any other mean perverts the government, " Delegated power ought never to be enlarged beyond the fair scope of its terms, and that rule is emphatically applicable in the construction of the Constitution.

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