Where a managing authority thinks it needs to deprive someone of their liberty they have to ask for this to be authorised by a supervisory body.
The restrictions would deprive the person of their liberty.
The FCC's belated attempt to deprive NextWave of its statutory rights is improper and invalid.
This rejection deprives the American taxpayers of the immediate payment of $4.
We're convinced it is unlawful in the course of a proxy contest to repeatedly make up new rules in order to deprive
shareowners of their fundamental voting rights," said Bossidy.
US WEST's proposed wholesale pricing scheme reflects a desire to deprive Colorado's consumers of the benefit of true competition for telecommunications services.
And, given that alternatives to US WEST are extremely limited in Colorado, the tariff effectively deprives the public of the competitive options Congress and the state regulators intended.
children of safety, health and education.
For example, while the lawsuit contends that a rent regulation law must permit owners to receive a fair and reasonable return on their property in order to pass constitutional muster, the state, it its response, maintains that such a law is not unconstitutional unless it deprives
owners of all economically viable use of their property.
The state utility municipalization law deprives
local residents, especially those who are unable to travel, of access to a decent range of goods and services.