derivative contraband


derivative contraband
derivative contraband see contraband

Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary of Law. . 1996.

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  • contraband — con·tra·band / kän trə ˌband/ n [Italian contrabbando act of smuggling, from contra against + bando edict, law]: property that is unlawfully produced, possessed, or transported contraband per se: property that is in and of itself unlawful to… …   Law dictionary

  • contraband — In general, any property which is unlawful to produce or possess. Things and objects outlawed and subject to forfeiture and destruction upon seizure. Com. v. One 1958 Plymouth Sedan, 414 Pa. 540, 201 A.2d 427, 429. Goods exported from or imported …   Black's law dictionary

  • contraband — In general, any property which is unlawful to produce or possess. Things and objects outlawed and subject to forfeiture and destruction upon seizure. Com. v. One 1958 Plymouth Sedan, 414 Pa. 540, 201 A.2d 427, 429. Goods exported from or imported …   Black's law dictionary

  • derivative — Coming from another; taken from something preceding; secondary. That which has not its origin in itself, but owes its existence to something foregoing. Anything obtained or deduced from another @ derivative action A suit by a shareholder to… …   Black's law dictionary

  • derivative — Coming from another; taken from something preceding; secondary. That which has not its origin in itself, but owes its existence to something foregoing. Anything obtained or deduced from another @ derivative action A suit by a shareholder to… …   Black's law dictionary

  • Contraband — For other uses, see Contraband (disambiguation). The word contraband, reported in English since 1529, from Medieval French contrebande a smuggling, denotes any item which, relating to its nature, is illegal to be possessed or sold. Used for goods …   Wikipedia

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