Later, it was learned that he took refuge in the Nicaraguan Embassy in Caracas from where he unsuccessfully petitioned the Tribunal Supremo de Justicia (TSJ) to countermand
his arrest warrant on grounds that it violated his human rights.
One of the oddest provisions of the law is that the Fed cannot countermand
a ruling issued by the SEC it disagrees with, but it can sue the SEC in the Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia.
Spring dwells on the logic of real property law, arguing that it worked systematically to exclude aristocratic women; she sees common law as more generous to heiresses than real property law, which, in her view, developed to countermand
However, a few days later his decision was reversed by a presidential countermand
This time frame has necessitated the development of "Long Term Strategies" (LTS) to countermand
associated technology concerns with availability and obsolescence.
In those bleakest of years he had the wisdom and humanity, also, to countermand
attempts by some ANC prisoners to ostracise those who had broken cultural taboos on homosexuality in prison.
The Brownies' Book frankly sought to countermand
white supremacy, and succeeded to some extent, but not before it inspired participants in the Harlem Renaissance.
Here, if Congress authorizes federally paid abortions, how can an Executive Order constitutionally countermand
And North East Assembly leaders fear the agency could countermand
its plans for the region.
Sillman's low-key manner and the fact that she's as funny as she is melancholy countermand
the viewer's vague sense that the big issues (life cycles, human connections to earth ,and cosmos) are being addressed.
But in the South, after the Civil War and Reconstruction, legal codes were crafted to countermand
the 14th and 15th amendments, which gave blacks equal protection under the law and gave black men the right to vote.
The probation officer does not have the authority to countermand
the court's authority,'' Rochman said.