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  • 161Border search exception — The border search exception is a doctrine of United States criminal law that exempts searches of travelers and their property from the Fourth Amendment warrant requirement. The United States Customs and Border Protection (CBP), ICE HSI Special… …

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  • 162Articles D'exception — En Suisse, on désigne sous le nom d articles d exceptions un certain nombre de dispositions constitutionnelles adoptées à la fin du XIXe siècle et limitant les libertés de culte et d expression. Adoptées pendant le Kulturkampf, ils étaient… …

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  • 163Tribunal d'exception — Ce sont des tribunaux d exception car premièrement, les juges ne sont pas des professionnels de la magistrature mais des personnes élues par leur collège (commerçants, industriels, employeurs, employés). Les magistrats de ces tribunaux jugent… …

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  • 164Un Homme d'exception — (A Beautiful Mind) est un film réalisé en 2001 par Ron Howard adapté d après la biographie éponyme (A Beautiful Mind) de John Forbes Nash. Sommaire 1 Synopsis 2 Fiche technique 3 Remarque …

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  • 165Voie d'exception —  Ne doit pas être confondu avec voie d action. Un recours par voie d exception est un recours défensif, au cours d une procédure, par lequel l une des parties conteste la constitutionnalité, la légalité ou la validité d une loi, d un… …

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  • 166D'exception — ● D exception qui est en dehors du droit commun : Tribunal d exception ; qui se distingue des autres par ses qualités éminentes : Être d exception …

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  • 167make an exception — ► to not treat something or someone according to the usual rules: »Most countries that ban the use of mobile phones while driving make an exception for hands free phones. Main Entry: ↑exception …

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  • 168management by exception — UK US noun [U] (ABBREVIATION MBE) ► HR, WORKPLACE, MANAGEMENT a style of management that involves giving the people who work for you the authority to control their work or particular jobs, projects, etc., unless there is an exception (= an… …

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  • 169automobile exception — au·to·mo·bile exception n: an exception to the prohibition on warrantless searches that allows a police officer to search an automobile without a search warrant in cases where the officer has probable cause to believe that the automobile contains …

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  • 170emergency exception — n: an exception to the requirement for a search warrant in a situation in which a police officer has reason to believe that immediate action including a search is necessary to protect life or prevent serious injury Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of …

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  • 171peremptory exception — n in the civil law of Louisiana: an exception pleaded by a defendant esp. on the basis that the law provides no remedy for the injury the plaintiff alleges, that the claim is barred by res judicata or prescription, or that an indispensable party… …

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  • 172public records exception — n: an exception to the hearsay rule allowing admission into evidence of records, reports, statements, or data compilations made by public offices or agencies that set forth activities of the office or agency, matters observed pursuant to a duty… …

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  • 173special mission exception — special mis·sion exception n: an exception to the going and coming rule that allows recovery under workers compensation to an employee who was injured while going to or coming from work on an errand that was part of the employee s regular duties… …

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  • 174state of mind exception — n: an exception to the hearsay rule that allows the use of hearsay evidence regarding the state of mind of the declarant (as in a statement of intent or motive) Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996 …

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  • 175tender years exception — n: an exception to the hearsay rule in some jurisdictions that allows the use of an out of court statement by a young child in an abuse or neglect case if the time, content, and circumstances of the statement provide sufficient indications of… …

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  • 176useless gesture exception — use·less ges·ture exception / jes chər / n: an exception to the knock and announce rule that excuses police from having to announce their purpose before entering a premises in execution of a warrant if facts known to the officers justify them in… …

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  • 177general exception — is an objection to a pleading, or any part thereof, for want of substance, while a special exception is an objection to the form in which a cause of action is stated. Exception taken at trial of case in which the exceptor does not specify the… …

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  • 178general exception — is an objection to a pleading, or any part thereof, for want of substance, while a special exception is an objection to the form in which a cause of action is stated. Exception taken at trial of case in which the exceptor does not specify the… …

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  • 179there is an exception to every rule — See also the preceding entry (the exception proves the rule) and rules are made to be broken. 1579 T. F. News from North D1v There is no rule so generall, that it admitteth not exception, albeit i dout not..that honors chaunge maners. 1608 T.… …

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  • 180Appartements d&#39 Exception — (Куршевель,Франция) Категория отеля: Адрес: Hôtel De La Loze, Rue Park …

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