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Teokset Teokset 1 - 7 / 7 haulle From the impracticability of providing for every possible contingency," says the....
" From the impracticability of providing for every possible contingency," says the 44th section of the Penal Code, " there may be cases to which no laws or statutes are precisely applicable ; such cases may then be determined by an accurate comparison with... "
The Middle Kingdom: A Survey of the ... Chinese Empire and Its Inhabitants ... - Sivu 298
tekijä(t) Samuel Wells Williams - 1848 - 614 sivua
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The Chinese Repository, Niteet 1–5

1834
...are precisely applicable ; such cases may then be determined by an accurate comparison with other*, which are already provided for, and which approach...conformable thereto shall be laid before the superior mngistratcs, and after receiving their approbation, be submitted to the emperor's final decision. Any...

The Chinese Repository, Nide 4

1836
...Penal Code, " there may be cases to which no laws or statutes are precisely applicable ; such casts may then be determined by an accurate comparison with...emperor's final decision. Any erroneous judgment which may be pronounced in consequence of adopting a more summary mode of proceeding, in cases of n doubtful...

China; political, commercial, and social; an official report, Nide 1

Robert Montgomery Martin - 1847
...cases where there is no law in existence precisely applicable, such cases may then be determined on by an accurate comparison with others which are already...under investigation, in order to ascertain afterwards whether an aggravation of the offence, or a mitigation of it, was necessary. The uncertainty of the...

China: Political, Commercial, and Social; in an Official Report to ..., Nide 1

Robert Montgomery Martin - 1847 - 502 sivua
...cases where there is no law in existence precisely applicable, such cases may then be determined on by an accurate comparison with others which are already...under investigation, in order to ascertain afterwards whether an aggravation of the offence, or a mitigation of it, was necessary. The uncertainty of the...

The Burlingame Mission: A Political Disclosure, Supported by Official ...

Johannes von Gumpach - 1872 - 891 sivua
...every possible contingency! there may be cases to which no laws or statutes are precisely applicable ', such cases may then be determined, by an accurate comparison with others which are already provided, and which approach most nearly to those under investigation, in order to ascertain afterwards to what...

The Evolution of Governments and Laws: Exhibiting the Governmental ..., Nide 1

Stephen Haley Allen - 1916 - 1221 sivua
...every possible contingency, there may be cases to which no laws or statutes are precisely applicable: such cases may then be determined, by an accurate...or mitigation of the punishment would be equitable. Provisional sentence conformable thereto shall be laid before the superior magistrates, and after receiving...

The Criminal Process in the People's Republic of China, 1949-1963 ..., Nide 2

Jerome Alan Cohen - 1968 - 706 sivua
...every possible contingency, there may be cases to which no laws or statutes are precisely applicable; such cases may then be determined, by an accurate...or mitigation of the punishment would be equitable . . ." n b. "Section CCCLXXXVI. — Improper Conduct not Specifically punishable. "Whoever is guilty...
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