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privative

Logic obsolete (of a proposition) that predicates a logical privation
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The High Court upheld the constitutionality of the Migration Act's privative clause in 2003 but at the same time exploded the myth that such a provision could operate to prevent judicial oversight of administrative decision making.
417b15-16, which seems to suggest that while change to a thing's natural condition is an alteration in an extended sense only, change to "the privative dispositions" is more straightforwardly an alteration.
Bora Laskin, "Certiorari to Labour Boards: The Apparent Futility of Privative Clauses" (1952) 30:10 Can Bar Rev 986 at 994.
77) Victoria and South Australia in their interventions argued that privative provisions limiting supervisory jurisdiction of supreme courts were well known before federation.
Privative Clauses and the Rule of Law" in Richard W.
Act has no privative clause purporting to oust the courts, but could not the principle of parliamentary supremacy have the same effect?
Elle a rappele le principe de la non sanction d'un delit de presse par une peine privative de libertes, prevu notamment par l'article 50 in fine de la Constitution.
Heidegger reiterates the privative character of truth in its etymological origination from [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] and interprets [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] as "to be disclosing [aufdeckendsein]: remove the world from concealedness and coveredness.
187) As pointed out in East Melbourne, (188) s 39(7) was a form of privative clause because it purported to immunise action taken under statute from challenge in the courts.
La presence d'une clause privative suggere aussi fortement que la norme du raisonnable s'applique, meme si elle n'est pas determinante ou decisive en soi (42) La jurisprudence existante confirme aussi l'existence de plusieurs cas ou l'expertise d'un tribunal specialise justifiera l'application de la norme du raisonnable, meme a l'egard de questions de droit.
For Lamb, too, the material sublime designates a privative attachment to materiality, a fixation on sense that in Martin's case discloses a "defect of [the] imaginative faculty" (Elia 262).
The antonym is mutanafir; Avicenna's privative corresponds to