inherent power

  • 1 inherent power — n. A power that must be deemed to exist in order for a particular responsibility to be carried out. Webster s New World Law Dictionary. Susan Ellis Wild. 2000 …

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  • 2 inherent power — The doctrine that the federal government has sovereign and inherent powers in addition to the powers given to it expressly or impliedly by the United States Constitution; a doctrine refused recognition as law by the United States Supreme Court.… …

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  • 3 inherent power — innate power, inborn power …

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  • 4 inherent power — noun Powers that are given to the national government …

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  • 5 inherent power of court — A power essential to the very existence of the court or its ability to function in dispensing justice; the power to punish contempt, 17 Am J2d Contpt § 62; the power to grant a continuance in the interest of justice. State ex rel. Buck v McCabe,… …

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  • 6 inherent power of officer or agent — A power native to the position, although it may not be sanctioned by an express grant of authority. 10 Am J2d Banks § 99 …

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  • 7 sovereign and inherent power — See inherent power; sovereign power …

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  • 8 inherent — I adjective connate, deep rooted, essential, fixed, immanent, implicit, inborn, inbred, ineffaceable, ingrained, ingredient, innate, innatus, insitus, instinctive, integral, internal, intrinsic, native, natural, proprius, subsistent associated… …

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  • 9 power — pow·er n 1: capability of acting or of producing an effect parties of unequal bargaining power 2 a: authority or capacity to act that is delegated by law or constitution often used in pl. commerce power often cap C&P: the power delegated to… …

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  • 10 inherent powers of court — The inherent power of a court is that which is necessary for the proper and complete administration of justice and such power is resident in all courts of superior jurisdiction and essential to their existence; e.g., sentencing and contempt… …

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  • 12 inherent jurisdiction — The jurisdiction of a court existing under a grant of general jurisdiction to the court, not by a grant of jurisdiction for a specific purpose. Kelly v Conner, 122 Tenn 339, 123 SW 622. See inherent power of court …

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  • 13 Inherent jurisdiction — is a doctrine of the English common law that a superior court has the jurisdiction to hear any matter that comes before it, unless a statute or rule limit that authority or grants exclusive jurisdiction to some other court or tribunal. The term… …

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  • 14 Power animal — is a broadly animistic and shamanic concept that has entered the English language from Anthropology, Ethnography and Sociology. As a tutelary entity or spirit, the ancient Anglo Celtic Tradition also contained a comparable understanding, refer F …

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  • 15 Inherent safety — is a concept particularly used in the chemical and process industries. An inherently safe process has a low level of danger even if things go wrong. It is used in contrast to safe systems where a high degree of hazard is controlled by protective… …

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  • 16 Inherent Powers — Are those powers that result “from the whole mass of powers of the national government, and from the nature of political society, not as a consequence or incidence of the powers specifically enumerated” Contrasted with Article 1, section 1 of the …

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  • 17 power, inherent — n. A power that must be deemed to exist in order for a particular responsibility to be carried out. Webster s New World Law Dictionary. Susan Ellis Wild. 2000 …

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  • 18 Power line communication — or power line carrier (PLC), also known as power line digital subscriber line (PDSL), mains communication, power line telecom (PLT), power line networking (PLN), or broadband over power lines (BPL) are systems for carrying data on a conductor… …

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  • 19 Power — Pow er, n. [OE. pouer, poer, OF. poeir, pooir, F. pouvoir, n. & v., fr. LL. potere, for L. posse, potesse, to be able, to have power. See {Possible}, {Potent}, and cf. {Posse comitatus}.] 1. Ability to act, regarded as latent or inherent; the… …

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  • 20 Power loom — Power Pow er, n. [OE. pouer, poer, OF. poeir, pooir, F. pouvoir, n. & v., fr. LL. potere, for L. posse, potesse, to be able, to have power. See {Possible}, {Potent}, and cf. {Posse comitatus}.] 1. Ability to act, regarded as latent or inherent;… …

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