law

law
1) право (в объективном смысле)
2) закон
3) общее право
4) судебная процедура
5) юстиция; юристы

according to law — в соответствии с правом, с законом; правомерно | соответствующий праву, закону; правомерный, законный;

laws (and customs) of war — см. law of war;

law and order — правопорядок;

law and usage of Parliament — парламентский обычай;

law as amended — закон в изменённой редакции;

law as fact — право как факт, право как сущее;

law as norm — право как норма, право как должное;

at law — в соответствии с правом, в силу права, в области права; в рамках общего права;

law Christian — церковное право;

contrary to law — в противоречии с правом; в противоречии с законом | противоречащий праву; противоречащий закону;

law due to expire — закон с истекающим сроком действия;

law for the time being — закон, действующий в настоящее время;

law in force — 1. действующее право 2. действующий закон;

in law — по закону;

contemplation in law — 1. юридически значимые намерения, цель 2. точка зрения закона;

law is silent — закон молчит (не предусматривает данную ситуацию);

law in vigour — действующий закон;

law martial — военное положение;

law merchant — торговое право; обычное торговое право;

law spiritual — церковное право;

law temporal — светское право (в противоположность церковному);

to be in trouble with the law — вступить в конфликт с законом;

to carry law into effect — ввести закон в действие;

to clarify the law — разъяснить смысл правовой нормы, закона;

to consult the law — обратиться за разъяснением к закону; обратиться за консультацией к юристу, к адвокату;

to continue existing law — продлевать действие существующей правовой нормы, закона;

to create new law — создавать новую правовую норму; принимать (новый) закон;

to elaborate the law — разрабатывать закон;

to emerge as law — обретать силу закона;

to get into difficulty with the law — вступить в конфликт с законом;

to go to law — обратиться к правосудию;

to keep law current — модернизировать право, закон;

to make laws — законодательствовать;

to practice law — заниматься юридической [адвокатской] практикой;

to provide for by law — предусмотреть законом, узаконить;

to restate the law — переформулировать, перередактировать правовую норму, закон;

to stand to the law — предстать перед судом;

to strain the law — допустить натяжку в истолковании закона;

to teach law — преподавать право;

law unacted upon — закон, который не соблюдается;

within the law — в рамках закона, в пределах закона

law of international economic relations — право международных экономических отношений

law of international organizations — право, регулирующее деятельность международных организаций

law of the Constable and Marshall — военное положение

international law in vertical space — международное воздушное право

international medical and humanitarian law — международное медицинское и гуманитарное право

- law of arms
- law of civil procedure
- law of conflict of laws
- law of conflict
- law of contract
- law of copyright
- law of corrections
- law of crimes
- law of crime
- law of criminal procedure
- law of domestical relations
- law of domestic relations
- law of employment
- law of equity
- law of evidence
- law of God
- law of honour
- law of industrial relations
- law of international trade
- law of landlord and tenant
- law of marriage
- law of master and servant
- law of merchants
- law of merchant shipping
- law of nations
- law of nature
- law of neighbouring tenements
- law of obligation
- law of outer space
- law of peace
- law of personal property
- law of persons
- law of power
- law of practice
- law of prize
- law of procedure
- law of property
- law of quasi-contract
- law of real property
- law of shipping
- law of substance
- law of succession
- law of taxation
- law of the air
- law of the case
- law of the church
- law of the Constitution
- law of the court
- law of the flag
- law of the land
- law of the sea
- law of the situs
- law of the staple
- law of torts
- law of treaties
- law of trusts
- law of war
- abnormal law
- absolute law
- actual law
- adjective law
- adjective patent law
- administrative law
- admiralty law
- admitted law
- agrarian law
- air carriage law
- ambassadorial law
- American Indian law
- American international law
- Antarctic law
- anti-corrupt practices laws
- antipollution laws
- anti-trust laws
- antiunion laws
- applicable law
- applied law
- bad law
- banking law
- basic law
- binding law
- blue law
- blue sky laws
- Brehon laws
- broken law
- business law
- canon law
- case law
- census disclosure law
- church law
- cited law
- civil law
- club law
- commercial law
- commitment law
- common law
- company law
- comparative law
- compiled laws
- congressional law
- conservation laws
- consolidated laws
- conspiracy law
- constitutional law
- consuetudinary law
- consular law
- continental law
- contract law
- conventional law
- conventional international law
- copyright law
- corporate law
- criminal law
- crown law
- current law
- customary law
- customary international law
- customs law
- decisional law
- diplomatic law
- discriminating law
- discriminatory law
- domestic law
- domiciliary law
- dormant law
- draft law
- dry law
- ecclesiastical law
- economic law
- educational law
- effective law
- efficacious law
- election law
- emergency laws
- employment law
- enacted law
- enforceable law
- enrolled law
- environmental law
- equity law
- established law
- exchange law
- exclusion laws
- executive law
- executively inspired law
- existing law
- ex post facto law
- extradition laws
- extradition law
- factory laws
- factory law
- fair employment practices law
- fair trade laws
- family law
- fecial law
- federal law
- feudal law
- finance law
- fiscal law
- foreign law
- formal law
- free law
- French Canadian law
- fundamental law
- game laws
- general law
- generally applicable law
- gibbet law
- good law
- group law
- Halifax law
- harsh law
- health laws
- highway laws
- highway traffic law
- homestead laws
- housing law
- hovering laws
- humanitarian law
- immutable law
- industrial law
- industrial property case law
- inheritance law
- inner comparative law
- insurance law
- interlocal criminal law
- internal law
- internal-revenue law
- international law
- international law of the sea
- international administrative law
- international conventional law
- international criminal law
- international fluvial law
- international public law
- interpersonal law
- interstate law
- intertemporal law
- intestate laws
- introduced law
- Jim Crow laws
- judaic law
- judge-made law
- judicial law
- judiciary law
- labour relations law
- labour law
- land law
- legislation law
- licensing law
- living law
- Lynch law
- magisterial law
- maritime law
- market law
- marriage law
- martial law
- matrimonial law
- mercantile law
- military law
- mining law
- mob law
- model law
- modern law
- Mohammedan law
- moral law
- municipal law
- national law
- nationality law
- natural law
- naval law
- naval prize law
- neutrality laws
- new law
- no-fault law
- nondiscriminating law
- nondiscriminatory law
- non-enacted law
- nuclear law
- obscenity law
- obsolete law
- occupational safety laws
- official law
- official session law volume
- old law
- organic law
- original law
- ostensible law
- outmoded law
- pamphlet laws
- parliamentary law
- pass law
- passed law
- patent law
- penal law
- permissive law
- personal law
- personal law of origin
- police law
- political law
- poor laws
- positive law
- present law
- prevailing law
- preventive martial law
- prima facie law
- primary law
- prior law
- prison laws
- privacy law
- private law
- private international law
- privilege law
- prize law
- procedural law
- procedural criminal law
- promulgated law
- proper law of the contract
- property law
- proposed law
- provincial law
- public law
- public contract law
- punitive law
- quarantine laws
- real property law
- real law
- regional international law
- relevant law
- remedial law
- retroactive law
- retrospective law
- revenue laws
- road laws
- road transport law
- Roman Civil law
- Roman law
- safety laws
- sea law
- secular law
- session law
- settled law
- slip law
- social security law
- social law
- sound law
- space law
- special law
- speed law
- standing law
- state law
- state-use law
- state-wide law
- statute law
- stringent law
- subsidiary law
- succession law
- sumptuary laws
- Sunday closing laws
- superior law
- supreme law of the land
- tacit law
- tariff law
- tax law
- territorial law
- trade laws
- traditional law
- traffic laws
- transnational law
- treaty law
- unalterable law
- unenforceable law
- unified laws
- uniform law
- ununified laws
- unwritten law
- unwritten constitutional law
- vagrancy laws
- wage and hour laws
- war law
- welfare laws
- wildlife law
- working law
- written law
- written constitutional law
- zoning law
- electoral law
- financial law
- indefeasible law
- merchant law
- statutory law

Англо-русский юридический словарь. . 2011.

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