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1The principles, often unwritten, on which social laws are based.
- ‘The idea of the public interest used to mean matters of public policy or issues of social importance.’
- ‘How can you draw a distinction between the two on public policy or any other grounds?’
- ‘What does this picture of the impacts across social class mean for public policy?’
- ‘Look, we believe that as a matter of public policy we should not have any of this sort of material on the internet.’
- ‘That discretion, however, must be exercised according to some important principles of public policy.’
The principle that injury to the public good is a basis for denying the legality of a contract or other transaction.
- ‘Such an order can only be contrary to public policy and the court ought not to grant it.’
- ‘The Court came to the conclusion that it would be contrary to public policy to register that judgment because there was a denial of a fair trial.’
- ‘That is why the Claimant's argument on this head is bad as contrary to public policy and must fail.’
- ‘All their Lordships denied that public policy had a role in the decision.’
- ‘What is the overlap between contracts which break the law and those which are contrary to public policy?’
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