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 Übersetzung für 'enumerated powers' von Englisch nach Deutsch
law
enumerated powers {pl}
Zuständigkeitskatalog {m}
Teiltreffer
enumerated {adj} {past-p}aufgezählt
100
enumerated {adj} {past-p}ausgezählt
7
comp.
enumerated type
Aufzählungs­typ {m}
powersGewalten {pl}
6
admin.law
powers
Befugnisse {pl} [Vollmachten]
121
powersMächte {pl}
33
hist.
Central Powers
Mittelmächte {pl}
victorious powersSiegermächte {pl}
law
enforcement powers
Eingriffsbefugnisse {pl}
law
police powers
polizeiliche Befugnisse {pl}
pol.
legislative powers {pl}
Gesetzgebungs­kompetenz {f}
admin.EU
implementing powers
Durchführungs­befugnisse {pl}
sweeping powersumfassende Befugnisse {pl}
relig.
higher powers
höhere Mächte {pl}
official powers {pl}Amtsgewalt {f}
hist.
Axis Powers
Achsenmächte {pl}
pol.
executive powers {pl}
Exekutivkompetenz {f}
ruling powersMachthaber {pl}
pol.
signatory powers
Signatarmächte {pl}
pol.
colonial powers
Kolonialmächte {pl}
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • Otherwise, an enabling act grants only limited or enumerated powers.
  • The Court invoked the Necessary and Proper Clause of the Constitution, which allows the federal government to pass laws not expressly provided for in the Constitution's list of enumerated powers of Congress if such laws are necessary and proper to further the powers expressly authorized.
  • Neither state has the authority to rescind navigability along the shoreline below the highmark of the waterbody, because it has been granted under federal law through the Enumerated powers of the United States.
  • Governors retain sovereign power over executive and judiciary , are subordinate to the President of the United States and laws provided by the enumerated powers section of the federal constitution, and serve as the political and ceremonial head of the state.
  • POGG is a head of power arising from opening words of section 91 and is distinct from the enumerated powers under that section.

  • ... their original intent) through their grant of certain "Enumerated powers" to Congress in Article I, Section 8.
  • However over time the Commonwealth has effectively expanded its powers through broad interpretation of its enumerated powers and increasing control of taxation and financial distribution (see Federalism in Australia).
  • The First through Eighth Amendments address the means by which the federal government exercises its enumerated powers, while the Ninth Amendment addresses a "great residuum" of rights that have not been "thrown into the hands of the government", as Madison put it.
  • Article One grants Congress various enumerated powers and the ability to pass laws "necessary and proper" to carry out those powers.
  • Writing for the Court in "Alden", Justice Anthony Kennedy argued that in view of this, and given the limited nature of congressional power delegated by the original unamended Constitution, the court could not "conclude that the specific Article I powers delegated to Congress necessarily include, by virtue of the Necessary and Proper Clause or otherwise, the incidental authority to subject the States to private suits as a means of achieving objectives otherwise within the scope of the enumerated powers".

  • In a related case after the American Civil War, the clause was employed, in combination with other enumerated powers, to give the federal government virtually complete control over currency.
  • Congressman John Shadegg has introduced the Enumerated Powers Act, although it has not been passed into law.
  • In American political discourse, states' rights are political powers held for the state governments rather than the federal government according to the United States Constitution, reflecting especially the enumerated powers of Congress and the Tenth Amendment.
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