burdensome requirement

burdensome requirement
index onus (burden)

Burton's Legal Thesaurus. . 2006

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  • onus — I (blame) noun accusation, blameworthiness, charge, culpability, error, fault, flaw, guiltiness, misdeed, reprehension, responsibility, shortcoming, transgression II (burden) noun affliction, burdensome requirement, charge, drawback, encumbrance …   Law dictionary

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  • imposition — im·po·si·tion || ‚ɪmpÉ™ zɪʃn n. burdensome requirement, something which one is compelled to do; tax; act of compelling another to fulfill an obligation; imposture, deception …   English contemporary dictionary

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