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Meanings and phrases
- permission to do something
- give an affirmative reply to; respond favorably to; accept; go for
- a legal expression in the United States Constitution that allows the Senate to constrain the President's powers of appointment and treaty-making
- He seeks the advice and consent of Parliament in declaring war.
- The president appoints judges with the advice and consent of the Congress.
- The Chairman is appointed by the President, with the advice and consent of the Senate, for a 5-year term.
- the minimum age for marrying without parental consent or the minimum age for consensual sexual relations; intercourse at an earlier age can result in a charge of assault or statutory rape; the age differs in different states of the Union
- Most jurisdictions have set a fixed age of consent.
- For heterosexuals, the age of consent was 16.
- The term "age of consent" rarely appears in legal statutes.
- an agreement between two parties that is sanctioned by the court; for example, a company might agree to stop certain questionable practices without admitting guilt
- As a result, the state's foster care program was placed under a consent decree in 1988.
- The organization was dissolved, as part of a consent decree following a fraud lawsuit brought against the group.
- On June 12, 2015, Chief U.S. District Judge Solomon Oliver Jr. approved and signed the consent decree, beginning the process of police reform.
- consent by a patient to undergo a medical or surgical treatment or to participate in an experiment after the patient understands the risks involved
- The "informed consent" regulation was challenged in court.
- 's informed consent was needed.
- Pink and White Productions strives for transparent policy and informed consent for performers.
- (law) tacit approval of someone's wrongdoing; connivance; secret approval
- He was released by mutual consent in January 2015.
- He left the club by mutual consent in January 2012.
- He left Cracovia by mutual consent on 2 January 2019.
- The 33-year-old William wanted to marry, if necessary, without the consent of his parents.
- On the other hand, Barley could not publish any of the books without the consent of East or his wife.
- The photograph would later be used in a headline in "The Sun" which was used without the consent of Tulloch.
- Marriages are usually from 14 and above using parental consent.
- By local tradition, a woman's first marriage requires parental consent.
- It is not possible for a person under the age of sixteen to marry, even with parental consent.
- No trees may be removed without consent.
- 2Day FM acted illegally by airing the phone call without consent.
- In Spain, the crime of sex without consent has 2 legal categories, sexual aggression or sexual abuse.
- On September 7, 2006 S. 2590 passed by unanimous consent in the Senate.
- He was confirmed by unanimous consent of the U.S. Senate in August 2013.
- On August 1, 2013, the United States Senate confirmed Berry by unanimous consent.
- In many instances, such retention was done against subscribers' wishes, or without their consent.
- The women said that Schneiderman had choked, hit or violently slapped them, all without their consent.
- The film's purpose is supposedly to be a documentation on their growth through puberty, but it was made without their consent.
- A person cannot consent to serious bodily harm.
- He replied: "I cannot consent to this; I prefer to die."
- It is available when a party supplies goods or services to someone else, even though the recipient is unaware or does not consent.
- Jackalow's lawyer, William Voorhees, refused to allow Jackalow to speak to anyone without his consent.
- Burnley publicly opposed the album's release, saying content had been altered without his consent and did not meet his standards.
- Janaki and Krishna turn up at his house, and he is devastated that they got married without his consent and feels that no one respects him.