have regard to (something)

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have regard to (something)

To be aware of something. I hope you have regard to the stipulations of your lease.
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have reˈgard to something

(law) remember and think carefully about something: It is always necessary to have regard to the terms of the contract.
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It only concerns them to aid them as persons in need of help, having regard to their sufferings and not to their rascalities.
There was no sign of any violence, and the water was but two feet deep, so that the jury, having regard to his known eccentricity, brought in a verdict of 'suicide.' But I, who knew how he winced from the very thought of death, had much ado to persuade myself that he had gone out of his way to meet it.
I trust that our successors make as much of her present Majesty, and, having regard to the greater refinement of the times, have adopted or written other songs equally hearty, but more civilized, in her honour.
Ablewhite-- preserving her composure in a manner which (having regard to her age and her sex) was simply awful to see.
I know pretty well the direction and distance of the Count's window, and made for it as well as I could, having regard to the opportunities available.
Tiff--was the sort of definition to take one's breath away, having regard to the fact that both the word convict and the word pauper had been used a moment before Flora de Barral ran away from the quarrel about the lace trimmings.
But, having regard to public opinion, I feel that such conduct would be discreditable to myself, and to you, and to the whole state.
He had even taken pains to lie at the exact angle a naturally stranded log would make with the water, having regard to the current of the season at the time and place.
Altogether it was a well-imagined and most hopeful and spirited enterprise, having regard to the information in the possession of the German government.
The Government, having regard to the assent of the President of the Republic of Lithuania and the Seimas, decided to propose Virginijus Sinkevi?ius as a candidate member to the European Commission.
"There is therefore no planning basis to oppose the development having regard to the main determining issue in this appeal.
"I'm going to deal with this with a community order having regard to the early stage of your guilty plea."
Inspector Beverley Wilders, who is appointed by the government to consider planning applications, believed the main issues were whether the site was a suitable location for housing having regard to local and national planning policy, the effect on the character and appearance of the area and whether future occupiers of the dwellings would have satisfactory living conditions having regard to noise and odour.
"The central government is of the opinion that having regard to the activities of JKLF, it is necessary to declare the JKLF to be an unlawful association with immediate effect," it added.
The plaintiff wants the court to determine whether having regard to Section 49 of the Electoral Act, 2010 (as amended) and the judicial decision of the Supreme Court, INEC has the powers to postpone voting at any polling unit or voting point in Nigeria to the next day or at anytime whatsoever on account of the malfunctioning of smart reader.