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Restriction

1. See: Credit control.

2. See: Exchange control.

3. See: Import control.

restriction

A limitation on the use of property, usually contained in the deed, in restrictive covenants appearing in the real estate records,or by virtue of local ordinances.

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On the contrary, every person in this house was perfect master of his own time: and as he might at his pleasure satisfy all his appetites within the restrictions only of law, virtue, and religion; so he might, if his health required, or his inclination prompted him to temperance, or even to abstinence, absent himself from any meals, or retire from them, whenever he was so disposed, without even a sollicitation to the contrary: for, indeed, such sollicitations from superiors always savour very strongly of commands.
In the new public law courts he disliked the restrictions laid on the lawyers conducting cases.
If the restriction is not acceptable, other Medicare drug plans can be explored since drug restrictions are not uniform across Medicare drug plans.
Hawke is questioning the need for state-imposed water restrictions.
EVERTON ROAD, L6 Bus improvement works will result in lane restrictions until October 6.
Five top tips for the recruiting company when faced with a candidate whose previous contract contains post-termination restrictions the following points need to be addressed: *Candidates should be asked at interview if they have any existing restrictions - being aware of these at an early stage will give the company the opportunity to consider the enforceability of the restrictions with the candidate and how best to manage the risk any existing restriction(s) presents *Whether the restrictions are likely to be enforced by the Court.
People can identify the restriction through deployment of traffic police officials, boards and bollards.
Unlike non-disclosure agreements, which may be legitimately be required of all employees as a matter of company policy, the decision to require a non-competition restriction should be made on a case-by-case basis after careful consideration of all the relevant factors.
There are horror stories in which taxpayers exercised options in a high-flying stock and failed to sell the stock before the price dropped, due to Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and/or corporate insider trading restrictions.
Clarifies a restriction on the acquisition of foreign carbon, alloy, or armor steel plate.
There are three main types of restriction enzymes: Type I, Type II and Type III.
The Second Circuit Court of Appeals and the Ninth Circuit have held that the right to transfer property is a fundamental right of ownership and that any restriction on that right affects the value of the property.