Antonyms: black market, forbidden, illegitimate, punishable, unratified, diverted, dirty, bitter, out of court, ineligible, hot, black, mislabeled, prohibited, prohibited (a), illegal, prohibited, predatory trade, punishment, smuggling, illicit, illegal, illegal, under the counter, invalid, criminal, diverted, submerged, smuggled, non-legal, extra-legal, the situation in which a person is legally responsible for the actions of another person is held responsible, for example.B. if an employer is responsible for the actions of an employee. The responsibility of the enforcement agent is often referred to as the employer`s secondary responsibility. In some situations, the words are legitimate and legally roughly equivalent. Legitimate, however, may apply to a legal right or status, but also, in case of prolonged use, to a right or status supported by recognized traditions, customs or norms. Look, he didn`t know Bill Pryor and Diane Sykes, but he had a legal team around him who knew how to identify people who would be good candidates, he had named names before someone like [Texas Senator and 2016 presidential candidate] Ted Cruz, who I`m sure knows these two people personally and could have named them out of your head. Today, an interrogation is usually called a request for additional information. The legal damage done to your reputation, career or feelings by someone or something in England and Wales, someone who has often brought people to justice in the past, for no other reason than to cause trouble. A person who is classified as a vexatious litigant must seek a judge`s permission to bring a new lawsuit. Permitted or required by law, e.B legal application. Legally a regular trip of a judge to hear legal proceedings before one of the courts in a particular legal area to avoid or prevent noisy or violent behavior in public Considering that we are facing a rebellion of illegal migrants, the police have done their job in a remarkable way, without using violence, They have confiscated train stations, refused to give their fingerprints, have not cooperated and are not willing to go to places where they would get food, water, shelter and medical care. They rebelled against the Hungarian legal system. legally responsible for causing damage or injury to a particular person, so you have to pay him something The meanings of lawfulness and legal overlap widely; Legally, however, may apply to compliance with laws of any kind (e.g.
B, natural, divine, general or canonical). Some common synonyms of legal are legal, legitimate and legal. Although all of these words mean «in accordance with the law,» the law applies to what is sanctioned by or in accordance with the law, especially when written or administered by the courts. It is true that the aristocracies seem to have abused their monopoly of legal knowledge; And in any case, their exclusive possession of the law was a formidable obstacle to the success of those popular movements that began to become universal in the Western world. – Henry James Sumner Maine 2. Marriage would change almost nothing between us, except that we would end our arguments in a much more satisfying way. And, of course, I would have extensive legal rights over your body, property, and all your individual freedoms, but I don`t see what`s so alarming about it. – Lisa Kleypas, married on morning 3. Extrapolated from the statistical growth of the legal profession, by 2035, every person in the United States will be an attorney, including newborns. – Michael Crichton, State of Fear legal liability for causing damage or injury or for paying for something legal, if the property returns to its former owner, it will be legally returned to that owner to give someone property or property rights, a situation where lawyers, doctors and other professionals are legally authorized, to keep their discussions with people adjective secret. [`ˈliːgəl`] with legal effect or force. Synonyms: legal, legitimate, legalized, authorized or sanctioned (by law), according to legal law the fact that you are authorized to have your case judged by a court.
I want to leave with a paid ticket. . I want to make everything legal, it was clearly wrong on my part. It was stupid and it`s something I don`t want to repeat. Legal to officially declare that you believe something is true, fair or real If a court decision can be appealed, a court or other authority may be asked to change it 1. . .