right of entry

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the legal right to take possession of real estate in a peaceable manner

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Full access is the prime selling point of television DVDs; like video on demand or TiVo, it's consumer-controlled, a right of entry to someone who missed a few hours, people who don't subscribe, or, in this case, viewers who got fed up with having to endure other nights of Showtime, which continues to suffer through an identity crisis.
The permits will last for 12 months and right of entry and stay will be restricted to the country that receives the Palestinians.
These principles focus on five areas: 1) permanent residency for undocumented immigrants currently living in the United States; 2) a legalization process for future immigrants based on the right of entry, the right to employment, and the right to permanent residency; 3) protection of immigrant rights including repeal of employer sanctions and the right to organize; 4) protection of human and civil rights in immigration enforcement; and 5) immigration reforms including resolution of pending backlogs and new opportunities for family unification.
Whenever my right of entry is not assured or I doubt my ability to render the content of the situation, the "plastic" decisions become more sophisticated and allow the details to be less concrete.
Rights to refuse entry, an individual's right of entry, search and apprehension procedures within the law are all studied.
In addition, Center II's location will enhance the backbone's capability with a right of entry to digital, central office, and switching box services.
To get permission to purchase the kegs, they have to disclose the party's address and grant a general right of entry to police, making a mockery of the Fourth Amendment's protection against unreasonable search and seizure.
Williams said the city will still maintain ditches where it has been granted an easement or a right of entry.
A limit of 10,000 for the special weekly badge, which ensures a lifetime right of entry, had been set by Loch Lomond's president Lyle Anderson.
Article 8 of the Law of 1958 determined that UAR Consulates abroad will maintain records of persons granted Certificates of Emigre Citizens; Article 9 granted the holders of these Certificates the right of entry into the UAR (presumably on a foreign passport) without obtaining an entry visa; the right of residence in the UAR; the right to work in the UAR; and the enjoyment of other rights as determined by the President of the Republic.
The SecurALL system tracks and regulates right of entry throughout a healthcare facility, in real-time, using programmable badge readers.
Homeowners must sign a Right of Entry (ROE) form that allows USACE staff on the property to assess roof damage and install the plastic sheeting.
If and when they join the EU all of their citizens will have an automatic right of entry to the UK.
Not only could we be sucked into a war, as a result of their internal politics, but if Ukraine eventually is accepted as a member of the EU, then all the arguments we have heard rehearsed with Romania and Bulgaria, and their right of entry, will happen again with Ukrainian citizens wanting to come here to live and work.
The Liberal National Party government in Queensland has placed unprecedented restrictions on the Queensland Nurses Union's (QNU) right of entry to hospitals, and the rights of its members to attend union meetings, conferences and training.