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The rights of a subject under constitutional rule.‘the continued liberty of the subject demands vigilance on the part of the judges’
- ‘With respect, that must be right and not least because the liberty of the subject is involved in such cases.’
- ‘The Master of the Rolls said that as committal orders involved the liberty of the subject, it was particularly important that the relevant rules were duly complied with.’
- ‘This is a matter involving the liberty of the subject and may have even more dramatic consequences and it is at least arguable that the court was just stating a blanket rule.’
- ‘If an application for expedition is successful, it means that another application, including those applications concerned with the liberty of the subject, must lose its relative priority.’
- ‘The sub-section was framed as it is in order to preserve the liberty of the subject and the subject's privacy and must be given full effect.’
- ‘If your Honour pleases, this is a matter involving the liberty of the subject.’
- ‘The remedy of habeas corpus and the tort of false imprisonment are important constitutional safeguards of the liberty of the subject against the executive.’
- ‘Extradition, affecting as it does the liberty of the subject, can only take place by statutory authority.’
- ‘Secondly, we are not concerned here with the protection of the liberty of the subject, which is seldom outweighed by any other considerations of public interest.’
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