In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1obligatorioafter the mandatory exchange of pleasantries — tras el obligado intercambio de cortesías
- Smuts also found that the mandatory life sentence was inconsistent with an accused's right to a fair trial.
- Previously, a special permit was required if the mandatory workweek exceeded 48 hours.
- The 1997 Act introduced mandatory minimum sentences for certain repeat offenders.
- In other jurisdictions the mandatory appointment of a corporate trustee, or its equivalent, is set out in the law.
- The Slovakian bid seems to have the mandatory safety requirements covered, but not much more is explained.
- The continuity of my teaching is broken each time these mandatory lessons are required.
- That was particularly important where you had a mandatory penalty whether it's death of a life sentence.
- Our task, however, is to analyse the role of company law in providing mandatory rules to control company opportunism.
- We've yet to see exactly what people think about mandatory sentencing when it's properly explained to them.
- The respondent submits that a mandatory order is not appropriate and just for several reasons.
- If political participation is important, why not require mandatory voting, as in Australia or Belgium?
- Murder entails a mandatory life sentence; manslaughter carries with it no minimum sentence.
- Her decision to plead guilty meant she had to receive a mandatory life sentence.
- The most controversial aspect of the Bandit Law was its mandatory death sentence.
- Because the plaintiff seeks a mandatory injunction, it must show its claim is almost certain to succeed.
- In some jurisdictions this is a mandatory sentence of death.
- The last area covered in the creative brief contains any requirements or mandatory content.
- All parties are sentenced to mandatory counseling until they are deemed fit to return to society.
- The mandatory terms of article 18 cannot therefore be given effect.
- Nobody would dispute that I have jurisdiction to grant a mandatory injunction.
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