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  • 1fundamental law — index constitution, principle (axiom) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 fundamental law …

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  • 2Fundamental law — Fundamental Law(s) may refer to:*Organic law, in particular, **Constitution, in particular, *** The Russian Constitution of 1906. *** The German Grundgesetz (More commonly translated as Basic Law ). *** The four individual laws that together make …

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  • 3fundamental law — n. a law or laws, as a constitution, regarded as basic and, often, irrevocable by ordinary judicial or legislative action; organic law …

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  • 4fundamental law — noun law determining the fundamental political principles of a government (Freq. 3) • Syn: ↑organic law, ↑constitution • Derivationally related forms: ↑constitutionalize (for: ↑constitution) …

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  • 5fundamental law — pagrindinis dėsnis statusas T sritis fizika atitikmenys: angl. fundamental law vok. Grundgesetz, n rus. основной закон, m pranc. loi fondamentale, f; loi principale, f …

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  • 6Fundamental Law of Education — is a Japanese law which sets the standards for the Japanese education system. Summary The Fundamental Law of Education, as the name suggests, is a law concerning the foundation of Japanese education. Because it acts as the basis for the… …

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  • 7Fundamental Law of Vatican City State — Vatican City State This article is part of the series: Politics and government of Vatican City State Fundamental Law Pope …

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  • 8fundamental law — The law which determines the constitution of government in a nation or state, and prescribes and regulates the manner of its exercise. The organic law of a nation or state; its constitution …

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  • 9fundamental law — The law which determines the constitution of government in a nation or state, and prescribes and regulates the manner of its exercise. The organic law of a nation or state; its constitution …

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  • 10fundamental law — noun Date: 1622 the organic or basic law of a political unit as distinguished from legislative acts; specifically constitution …

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  • 11fundamental law — the organic law of a state, esp. its constitution. [1910 15] * * * …

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  • 12fundamental — I adjective basal, basic, basilar, basilary, cardinal, central, constitutional, elemental, elementary, essential, inchoative, indispensable, key, necessary, needed, organic, primary, primus, principal, principalis, required, requisite,… …

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  • 13law — / lȯ/ n [Old English lagu, of Scandinavian origin] 1: a rule of conduct or action prescribed or formally recognized as binding or enforced by a controlling authority: as a: a command or provision enacted by a legislature see also statute 1 b:… …

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  • 14fundamental law — Those principles, some in the form of declaration, others by way of implied or express provision, and some in the form of grant, deemed supposed to be limitations essential to conserve human liberty, security, equality and happiness, and not to… …

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  • 15fundamental right — n: a right that is considered by a court (as the U.S. Supreme Court) to be explicitly or implicitly expressed in a constitution (as the U.S. Constitution) ◇ A court must review a law that infringes on a fundamental right under a standard of… …

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  • 16fundamental breach — A breach of contract which has particularly serious consequences for the injured party; for example, where the installation of defective machinery causes a fire which destroys the buyer s premises. The expression may also be used to refer to the… …

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