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(law) a broad legal concept including anything that disturbs the reasonable use of your property or endangers life and health or is offensive

a bothersome annoying person

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The committee believed that any such acts carried out against the wills of the victims are sufficient to consider them as human rights violations involving the direct legal responsibility of Japan.
Yet a separate survey of landlords by British Gas and Shelter Cymru's sister organisation in England found that one in seven (15%) landlords is unaware of their legal responsibility to ensure that their properties have an annual gas safety check and certificate.
The council says BIL should bear at least two-thirds of the legal responsibility for what happened, but the Liverpool-based company insists it was blameless.
It will put a legal responsibility on local authorities to publish an adult autism strategy and to issue associated statutory guidance.
Steven Schneebaum said, "The United States bears not only moral but legal responsibility for the events at Ashraf," the Mojahedin camp seized last month by the Iraqi military and police.
We let them out of the case because they had no legal responsibility,'' said Andrew Bryman, the Rourkes' attorney.
The committee has the legal responsibility for managing the school's money.
Generally, the differing norms of admission, transfer and management of legal responsibility and internal structure of each association hinder professional mobility.
Horne says the relationship between recycler and client is key because legal responsibility in the FACTA regulation hinges on a clear communication between the two of exactly what kind of material is being handled and processed.
The board members take this legal responsibility seriously and their single most important decision is hiring the CEO.
And the observation that Felt took "full legal responsibility referred to his admission of being involved in "black bag operations" targeting domestic terrorists, rather than his conduct as "Deep Throat.
The scope of provocation was narrowed and that of intention was widened: thus, violent men confronted not only growing social disapproval but also increasing levels of legal responsibility for fatal violence against women.
Notwithstanding this guidance, the Department has a legal responsibility to provide a limited amount of publicly accessible information associated with each Departmental purchase card account.
The conviction may significantly strengthen the legal responsibility of residents to do all they can not to attract wildlife to their properties.
ILM project leaders should be senior people with legal responsibility for maintaining the data--the staffers and officers that legislative bodies and superior officers hold ultimately responsible for information.