Prepositions used with "law"

"of law" or "by law"?

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    In 51% of cases law of is used
    Katz, adjunct professor of law.
    The essence of law is its justness.
    There is no Platonic realm of laws.
    Without the presence of law, there could never be judgment over what is or is not lawful.
    He said the illegal settlers attacked the tribal people in the presence of law enforcers.
    SF is the great hero to the nation that respect disipline and rule of law in the country.
    Decisions on who to kill should, at minimum, be argued before a judge in a court of law before they can be carried out.
    There are some other ideas and notions that are used to explain the existence, value, and importance of law and justice.
    It's almost impossible for any major organization to function without a huge compliance department and teams of lawyers.
    Libin is an Officer of the Order of Canada and holds an Honorary Doctors of laws degree from the University of Calgary.

    In 16% of cases law by is used
    The Waratah is protected by law.
    Photographs are copyright by law.
    Freedom of speech limited by law.
    A breach of such a Prospectus would be punishable by law, just like any private business.
    Objection by lawful guardian to compliant by person other than person aggrieved 250 199A.
    Annual statements and valuation reports submitted to the Commissioner as required by law.
    These Terms of Use are void where prohibited by law and the right to access the Sites is revoked in such jurisdictions.
    We also will disclose any information that we are required to disclose by law or by an appropriate government authority.
    Certified Photocopy of Registration - photocopies are rarely needed by citizens and are, by law, for restricted use only.
    Professor Hart believes privacy should be respected and imposing morality by law would create discomfort for individuals.

    In 14% of cases law in is used
    My father in law told me today.
    It has absolutely no basis in law.
    Read the full definition in law 27(c).
    The fact is, no one knows how well they're going to do in law school till they get there.
    I arrived in Sri Lanka in July after the death of both my father in laws &; mother in law.
    The permit holder is subject to the close seasons and other regulations pertaining in law.
    When I was in law school, the Supreme Court ruled on a case that was being argued by the Massachusetts Attorney General.
    But what if you no longer have (parent) in laws to celebrate Raya with? Do you have any excuse then? Anyway, I digress.
    About law Blog The law Blog is an online publication that covers hot cases, emerging trends and big personalities in law.

    In 5% of cases law to is used
    Everything happens according to law.
    It does not conform to law or practice.
    We are supposed to listen to law in this land.
    That will not stop people campaigning for fair treatment and amendments to law in its name.
    They administer justice, according to law, not according to the dictates of political masters.
    You can't counter that commitment to law and order and property rights with papier mache dolls and sub-retarded chants.
    Here, I see my role as a journalist, and collectively the role of media, to first hold the government accountable to laws.
    This new prohibition will pass into law without a murmer of dissent and possibly without even a hint of a critical question.
    In the EU records are kept for two years by your mobile phone provider - to be handed over to law enforcement when requested.

    In 4% of cases law into is used
    Obama who signed into law on 12.
    By 1999, they had been codified into law.
    And sneaking bills into law over a holiday, etc.
    A black president signing a bill into law might as well sign his own death certificate.
    Wall today acknowledged she had a big job ahead of her to get the bill passed into law.
    Washington state Governor Chris Gregoire signs a gay marriage measure into law, effective in June.
    In addition, the National Environmental Management: Waste Bill is anticipated to be passed into law in the near future.
    On July 21, 2010, the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act (? Dodd- Frank Act?) was signed into law.
    I was an original cosponsor of the Combat Methamphetamine Enhancement Act, which was signed into law on October 12, 2010.
    As Archer notes, only three of the 312 PMBs introduced between October 1999 and October 2000 were enacted into law (217).

    In 3% of cases law for is used
    Latin, he explained for law King.
    This is no way for law to function.
    I support their appeal for law reform.
    One of the big reasons is that tuition fees for law school can cost up to $25,000 a year.
    I remember hating every moment of the process and questioning whether I was cut out for law.
    References Chin MW: Genetics and law: a challenge for lawyers and judges in the new millenium.
    Heinz &; Laumann, 1982) - the switch to proactive legal information engineering reduces the scope for lawyer misconduct.
    Anarchist extremists have certainly become a focus for law enforcement and security agencies in Europe and North America.
    Because 'respect for law ' is utterly meaningless, if 'basic law ' is not followed.
    Who cares about the next innocent victim? Evidently some people have more compassion for law breakers than innocent victims.

    In 2% of cases law at is used
    You have no personal standing at law.
    Walcott (a prominent Barrister at law ), the Hon.
    You were sick the day they taught law at law school.
    Asian Tribune: So the disputed area is near the Mannar bridge? Senior Attorney at law Mr.
    He is a graduate of King's College London University where he also read his masters at law.
    Asian Tribune: Do you mean to say that he was leading the attack? Senior Attorney at law Mr.
    I don't know whether you were ever a student of the Government Central College, Erukalampiddy? Senior Attorney at law Mr.
    Gemma Hay is a solicitor in the employment team at law firm Dundas &; Wilson More case reports from XpertHR on the application of.
    You agree that Natural Strategies's liability to You at law will be reduced by the extent, if any, to which You contributed to the loss.
    Subhramanium Swamy was a Chief Guest in a conference organised by Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangh(RSS) at law House, Sector 38 -- Chandigarh.

    In 2% of cases law with is used
    This can only be done in accordance with law.
    The main problem with law is access for people who are not rich.
    Eurocrats rarely understand that they can't make that happen with law.
    That biggest invention of millennium has no relation with law of conservation of energy.
    Even if the conditions of service could be altered, they have to be altered in accordance with law.
    Israel is a peaceful country with laws and people willing to live peacefully with other countries.
    Twitter has excellent liason with law enforcement (and Twitter does not tolerate accounts linked to criminal activity).
    Someone else with law enforcement experience told me that outside the cities, land dispute is a major reason for murder.
    Part of the problem with law 27 is that there are so many possibilities, and the law is not always what you might expect.
    Teachers should seek information from reputable sources and familiarize themselves with laws and regulations in their state.

    In 1% of cases law on is used
    So, we have to concentrate on law and order and make sure that everybody is secure.
    Ghai has also written several books on law in Africa, the Pacific islands, and elsewhere.
    In fairness, not all government department suport the compulsion law, heath is an obvious one.
    This strategy is particularly useful in law, and why I have rarely paid for professional opinions on law.
    Yesterday, Sean travelled the studios of BBC Radio Oxford to take part in a phone-in debate on law and order.
    Also, do you really want to trust uneducated and uninformed citizens to rule on laws? Talk about corruption.
    He studied world history and journalism, and she, several years later, focused on law and international politics.
    It is often said, indeed it is widely assumed, that the 1967 Act merely codified the previous common law position.
    This Government insists upon having a monopoly on the use of force, but can only impose it upon law-abiding people.
    The restoration of our common law rights is still a journey of a thousand miles but the first few steps have been taken.

    In 1% of cases law under is used
    Interestingly love is not a requirement under law.
    On this basis, he has committed a fault under law 28(a) (14).
    Remedy: Under law 36(e) (1 ), he is obliged to play from a baulk line; so he has fallen foul of law 27(g).
    Remedy: The remedy is debated, but the following procedure is recommended: The error under law 27(f) is rectified.
    It follows that black was dead when the third stroke was played; so the third stroke was not a roquet, and the turn ends under law 4(d) (1).
    Under law 32(a) the last three strokes are treated as if they had not occurred, and law 32(b) confirms that the errors are still within the limit of claims.

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