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seized

To have seisin,as in “He was seized of certain real property described as... .“

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I also wish to underscore that the supplemental funds for international affairs activities that we are requesting are meant to cover costs we could not have anticipated in fiscal year 2005 in the budget request, or to help us seize new opportunities that have arisen to advance the cause of freedom and peace since that time.
The Bush administration, however, moved to seize Iraqi assets that "the POWs had been counting on to enforce their judgment," continued Moore.
The facilitation theory allows the government to seize property when it facilitates certain criminal conduct.
It guarantees only its aptitude to seize what's happening and provide an aftermath for calculating what it will have been worth--in a future perfect tense that underscores endurance.
The Western Union Company (NYSE:WU), announced today that an Arizona court has ruled that the state of Arizona does not have the authority to seize money transfers originated outside the state and intended for payment in Mexico.
POLICE will seize the millionth vehicle for not having insurance today in an area of Birmingham which is a UK hotspot for the crime.
Insp Mark Trueman, of The Valleys Neighbourhood Policing Team, said: "I did promise when the unit was set up, the officers attached to it would be positive and seize bikes.
The law allows police to seize any vehicle which is not covered by insurance or if the driver does not have the correct licence.
Today police revealed that in the 12 months since they were given powers to seize uninsured cars, 17,000 had been confiscated across the West Midlands.
The proposed asset forfeiture amendment would make it more difficult for the government to seize money and other property from alleged criminals.
8 The district court also concluded that the sneak and peek warrant impermissibly allowed agents to observe, but not seize, tangible property.
While DHCR itself cannot seize the Jeep, the sheriff can, and in this case the Jeep was taken by the Nassau County Sheriff.