1979) (fearing that the tort would produce fraudulent, extortionary
litigation; clarifying that rejection of the tort did not diminish "other remedies for interference with familial relationships" which made acceptance of the action "unnecessary as well as undesirable"); Edwards v.
The family's extortionary
style of landlordism, known as rack-renting, brings ruin to the tenants, while the family's wastefulness brings ruin upon themselves; both groups are then exploited by a rapacious (and Catholic) middle class.
This type of legislation requires that many public agencies raise their own financing, typically through extortionary
fees and inspections.
Jackson, engaging in true extortionary
tactics; or, more poignantly,
Many of the extortionary
groups are separatist-extremist organizations, supported indirectly by Pakistan and by corrupt Assam officials who receive kickbacks.
The imputation of being a sodomite came to be regarded as a deleterious slur upon manly reputation, so that mere extortionary
threats to make this accusation could be successful even without any apparent objective grounds for concern by the man accused.
Unlike the carter and the widow, the summoner alienates himself from theologically efficacious language and the possibility of repentance while investing himself completely in his extortionary
If paper was expensive, the cost of gut strings was simply extortionary