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  • actively break the terms of (a law, agreement, etc.)
Use the "Sentences" section of the app to practice with different usage examples of the word.


Of course, I don’t know why they have rules which infringe on my personal rights.

making an unauthorized copy would infringe copyright

The difficulty with expert opinion evidence is that sometimes the expert relies on the work or word of other individuals and therefore may infringe the rule against hearsay.

While this may seem to infringe on the personal liberty of those who can afford to buy two or more homes, it would increase the liberty of those who can, at present, no longer afford to buy one.

What right had he to infringe on my personal relationships?

I wouldn’t infringe on his privacy

There is a place for a healthy patriotism so long as it does not undermine or infringe on the rights and feelings of others.

While that is bad, is that number high enough to infringe on the liberties of every single driver in the state?

such widespread surveillance could infringe personal liberties

If you infringe on or damage someone else’s property then you are liable for the damages.

The slipperiness of the term tends to make for bad laws, legislated in haste, that infringe civil liberties.

In his report Mr Crumley said he didn’t feel the development would infringe on the elderly people’s privacy.

It was submitted that his return to the United States would cause the United Kingdom to infringe his freedom from inhuman treatment.

Holding maintains he does not infringe the law, since his chips do not contain any code.

I’m against it, as an unnecessary and expensive excuse to infringe my civil liberties, but there are those for them and against.

The Bill of Rights spells out citizens’ inherent liberties and limits the government’s power to infringe those rights.

A father’s authority over his family does not permit him to infringe the laws of the secular government.

Remember, there is no shame in imitating, provided you don’t infringe patent laws.

Invitations can, however, infringe domestic autonomy.

Not only are these of inferior quality, you could yourself be infringing copyright laws by using them, no matter how much you paid.

Identify in precise terms the rule of law said to have been infringed;

The only basis on which it was put was that this was an unlawful reduction of capital and in breach of section 195 as far as infringing the law is concerned.

Their first ground of challenge is that the regime is unlawful both because it infringes a fundamental common law right of access to the courts and because it is contrary to Section 32 of the 1988 Act.

There are very few laws that have been held to be unconstitutional for infringing freedom of speech in recent years.

More promising is the use of the right to exit at a fair price as a remedy where the majority have infringed some rule or standard which the law has laid down to regulate their conduct.

No evidence was presented that the alleged infringers either distributed or authorised the reproduction of sound recordings.

Two, IR35 infringes EC law regarding freedom of movement for workers.

It was held that the defendants infringed the plaintiff’s exclusive right conferred by the Copyright Act 1911 to authorise a performance of the play.