In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(regulations/law) que no se puede hacer cumplir
- As was obvious from the outset, the treaty obligation is proving unenforceable.
- Is the contract unenforceable on grounds of illegality?
- Mrs Wilson says that renders the agreements unenforceable.
- Such unenforceable laws only opened new opportunities for corruption.
- In my heart of hearts, I think unenforceable laws such as these are abominations that bring the entire legal system into disrepute.
- It is submitted that the condition was accordingly unenforceable or void for uncertainty.
- Do nothing - the order remains invalid and unenforceable.
- It means that the contract is to be treated as unenforceable on grounds of some overriding public policy.
- If an agreement of this general kind is held to be contrary to public policy, it may be unenforceable.
- A contract for an illegal purpose is unenforceable regardless of when the seller learns of that purpose.
- But the decision is that these promises are invalid and unenforceable.
- On this basis there can be laws even if they are in practice unenforceable.
- Nothing destroys governmental authority more than an unenforceable law, as the poll tax demonstrated.
- However, in many instances the international systems lack specificity and are relatively unenforceable.
- An oral contract of apprenticeship, although legally valid, is unenforceable unless and until acted upon.
- It is a criminological commonplace that it is counter-productive to pass unenforceable laws because this breeds general contempt for the law.
- Many positive rights are unenforceable by courts.
- Another student said that the new rules are unenforceable because the entire student section would get ejected.
- When a mere game has unenforceable rules, you can just change the rules with no great loss to your honour.
- Police bosses secretly taxed the trespass of what was seen as unenforceable laws.
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