In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(activity/conduct) ilegal(possession/association) ilícitounlawful entry — allanamiento de morada masculino
- unlawful killing — cuasidelito de homicidio
- The Defendants deny the allegation that they have incited others to carry out unlawful actions.
- What is the difference between a contract ex facie unlawful and one that is only illegal as performed?
- If malice aforethought is lacking the unlawful homicide will be manslaughter.
- It was unlawful for the Home Office to disregard the policy, as it had done in the directions for removal.
- The case before Judge Hoff was not one of high treason but one of unlawful extradition.
- Each of the people who uses or threatens unlawful violence will be guilty of the offence.
- Usury was at first unlawful, although later specific controls were placed on interest rates.
- The defendant's motive should not change a lawful act into an unlawful act.
- In other words the receipt of the letter led him to believe that immediate unlawful violence would be used.
- Mr Masciantonio was acting in an unlawful way when he had a fight with the deceased.
- In the present case there is no evidence of bad faith or unlawful conduct on the part of the Council.
- What is he to do if he is met by the defence that the debt or supposed debt arose from unlawful moneylending?
- The Government rarely punished persons responsible for torture or unlawful deaths.
- Where a conspiracy employs unlawful means and causes injury to a party a claim may also be upheld.
- They sought their release on the ground that the conditions of their detention rendered it unlawful.
- The House of Lords had to determine whether the rule amounted to such unlawful discrimination.
- Both appellants denied any unlawful intent in relation to explosions in this country.
- This was not somebody trying to improve his situation in life even by unlawful means.
- He is not acting as a surrogate of the court in determining whether there has been unlawful conduct.
- It therefore is not in breach of any fundamental rights of the Claimants or otherwise unlawful.
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