All of the following would be lawful withdrawals from a trust account EXCEPT
at a lawful place of execution unless "they" are someone else ;-)
Why did Lincoln say, "I have no purpose, directly or indirectly, to interfere with the institution of slavery in the states where it exists. I believe I have no lawful right to do so, and I have no inclination to do so"?
No. A company cannot have access to certain pieces of your personal information, including your personal checking account...
The officer issued a lawful order. It was not lawful to take control of the vehicle. It would have to be a lawful taking for it to hold up in court.
Homicide and murder are both legal terms for the unlawful killing of another person. There are different degrees of unlawful killing. The worst case is premeditated murder where the act has been thought about and planned in advance. A less severe form of punishment or sentence may be applied where someone may have been killed by accident though someone is still directly responsible. These are completely different to the lawful killing carried out by officers of the law and servicemen. In certain circumstances it is also lawful for a civilian to kill another person.
He was a lawful permanent resident.
"Lawful husband" means a husband recognized by law.
No, ALL parties to the conversation must be advised and approve for it to be lawful.
When arrested he said he was just doing his lawful business as a journalist
No, it isn't lawful to fight on the Sabbath, let alone work then.
Another word for lawful is legal, meaning it obeys the law and it is allowed to be done.
Lawful is the adjective of law. "Lawful authority" It could also be Lawless. "Lawless authority"
Outlawed means prohibited by law. Something which has not been outlawed is lawful.
NOT AT ALL TIMES. There are immoral acts but lawful. But there are also lawful acts which are immoral.
The first KKK stooped, cause someone found a lawful way to stop the black people to used their right to vote.
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Lawful: means to be in harmony with some form of lawLegal: means founded on the law, established by law (The lottery is legal in Georgia)
If you want to know whether a contract is lawful and legal then you need to have it reviewed by your attorney.
The adverb of lawful is lawfully.An example sentence is: "he was lawfully arrested for the theft of the teabags".
Basically it is an old rule that states someone in possession of something is assumed to be in lawful possession until it can be shown otherwise.