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  1. L

    Yearly obligations to a financial institution.
  2. L'obligation Sans Cause, On Sur Une Fausse Cause, Ou Sur Cause Illicite, Ne Peut Avoir Aucun Effet

    An obligation without consideration or apon a false consideration, (which fails,) or upon unlawful consideration, cannot have any effect. Civil, 3, 3, 4; Chit Cont (11th Am. Ed.) 25, note.
  3. L'obligation Sans Cause, Ou Sur Une Fausse Cause, Ou Sur Cause Illicite, Ne Peut Avoir Aucun Effet

    An obligation without consideration, or with a false one, or an unlawful one cannot have any effect.
  4. L3C

    See: Low-profit limited liability company l3c.
  5. La

    Fr. There. An adverb of time and place; whereas.
    The. The definite article in the feminine gender. Occurs in some legal terms and phrases; as "Termes de la Leg," terms of the law.
  6. La Chambre Des Esteilles

    The star-chambsr.
  7. La Conscience Est La Pins Changeante Des Regies

    Conscience ls the most changeable of rnies. Bouv. Diet.
  8. La Conscience Est La Plus Changeante Des Regies

    Conscience is the most changeable of rules.
  9. La Follette-Bulwinkle Act

    La Follette-Bulwinkle Act or Venereal Diseases Control and Prevention Act of 1938 sanctioned federal assistance to U.S. states establishing preventive healthcare for venereal diseases. The United States federal statute commissioned the United States Public Health Service for demonstrations, investigations, and studies as related to the control, prevention, and treatment of the transmissible diseases. The public law amended the Army Appropriations Act of 1918 appending the judicial context which [...]
  10. La Ley Favonr L'enheritance D'un Home

    The law favors the inheritance of a man. Yearb. M. 10 Hen. VI. 51.
  11. La Ley Favour L'inheritance D'un Home

    The law favors a man’s inheritance.
  12. La Ley Favour La Vie D'un Home

    The law favors human life.
    The law favors the life of a man. Yearb. M. 10 Hen. VI. 51.
  13. La Ley Voct Pins Tost Suffer No Mischeife Que Un Inconvenience

    The law will sooner suffer a mischief than an inconvenience. Litt. § 231. It is holden for an inconvenience that any of the maxims of the law should be broken, though a private man suffer loss. Co. Litt. 152b.
  14. La Ley Voit Plus Tost Suffer Un Mischief E Que Un Inconvenience

    The law will rather suffer a mischief than an inconvenience.
  15. La Ni

    Periodic but anomalous cooling of the surface waters of eastern equatorial Pacific ocean (off South American coast), causing the opposite effects experienced during El Ninio. Typical effects include a cooling in the Pacific area, and a drying effect in the United States. La Ninia is Spanish for a little girl.
  16. Laas

    In old records. A net, gin or snare.
  17. Label

    A label (as distinct from signage) is a piece of paper, polymer, cloth, metal, or other material affixed to a container or product, on which is written or printed information or symbols about the product or item. Information printed directly on a container or article can also be considered labeling. Labels have many uses, including providing information on a product's origin, manufacturer (e.g., brand name), use, shelf-life and disposal, some or all of which may be governed by legislation such [...]
    A strip of paper attached to an instrument, upon which a seal is affixed.
    Anything appended to a larger writing, as a codicil; a narrow slip of paper or parchment affixed to a deed or writ, in order to hold the appending seal. In the vernacular, the word denotes a printed or written slip of paper affixed to a manufactured article, giving information as to its nature or quality, or the contents of a package, name of the maker, etc. See Perkins v. Heert, 5 App. Div. 335, 39 N. Y. Supp. 223; Higgins v. Keuffel, 140 U. S. 428, 11 Sup. Ct. 731, 35 In Ed. 470; Burke v. [...]
    A narrow slip of paper or parchment, affixed to a deed or writing hanging at or out of the same. This name is also given to an appending seal.
  18. Labeling

    Identifying information on packaging about its contents, on a container holding several packages, or the product itself. Relevant safety and shipping laws govern the type and quantity of information that must exist on a label for specific types of consumer and industrial products.
  19. LabEx ReFi - European Laboratory On Financial Regulation

    Since the financial crisis, regulation of financial activities is at the center of economic and political events. The crisis has indeed led regulators but also the academic world to ask new questions about the effectiveness of regulation policies. To answer these questions, the French laboratory of excellence on financial regulation (Labex ReFi) was established at the initiative of the Conservatoire national des arts et métiers (CNAM), the Ecole Nationale d'Administration (ENA) and [...]
  20. Labina

    In old records. Watery land.

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