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The new law will be passed by Parliament in the spring.
Several traffic laws had been broken.
a law against shoplifting
a new law on gun ownership
It is against the law to park on a double yellow line.
The local authority is prepared to prosecute them for breaking the law.
Local officials are reminding people to obey the law and not sell fireworks to children under sixteen.
Any changes are required by law to be in writing.
They pledged to work within the law to bring about change.
Neither the government nor any official is above the law.
The bill could become law as soon as next year.
It is the Attorney-General's job to enforce the law, not the White House's.
Anne's been practising law for 20 years.
Both of them are studying law at university.
This is the British English definition of law. View American English definition of law.
the part of a church where the priests and choir sit during a religious ceremony