legal obligationThe doctor is saying that he had to continue treatment as a matter of legal obligation .
under an obligationThe states would always be under an obligation to give the judiciary all-embracing powers.
under no obligationTherefore the buyer was under no obligation to buy it.
moral obligationThus they see no legal or moral obligation to accept any decision of the IWC on proposed quotas and moratoria.
obligation to provideThird parties were under no obligation to provide voluntary assistance, and section 2 of the Criminal Justice Act 1965 only required material evidence to be handed over.
contractual obligationThere was an expectation but not a contractual obligation that the postholder would work closely with the Beacon Nursery.
obligation to doTo what extent they are under a legal obligation to do so will be the subject of the following section.
statutory obligationThere was, however, no statutory obligation upon the Council to produce one.
obligation to giveThe states would always be under an obligation to give the judiciary all-embracing powers.
obligation to obeyBut an obligation to obey the law as it is understood in political writings today is a mere prima facie obligation.
obligation to payGoods/services are supplied by the seller to the buyer, thus creating an obligation to pay a sum of money.
obligation underThe banks, in turn, charge customers for providing bonds as they represent a real obligation undertaken by a bank.
obligation to acceptThe vendors, in turn, are under no obligation to accept any offer made for [name].
obligation of confidenceThe obligation of confidence is of wider ambit than legal professional privilege.
have an obligationThose who consent to the authority of reasonably just governments or respect their laws are subject to their authority and have an obligation to obey their laws.
obligation to supportIt should also be noted that the obligation to support and maintain just institutions is likely to entail duties far above those of obedience to some laws.
sense of obligationIt is not until that gift has been repaid and the exchange relationship put in balance again that a person will feel no sense of obligation.
obligation doesThis obligation does not, however, apply to information provided to an offeror in confidence by the board of the target company.
obligation to repayAccordingly, the company had ‘released’ the taxpayers from the obligation to repay the loans for the purposes of s 287(1) by virtue of the deed of novation, and the taxpayers' appeals would be dismissed.
special obligationA debate such as this imposes a special obligation on those who take part in it.
obligation to useThe recipient had an obligation to use these talents to help others; and since I was a heretic, my duties in this respect were all the more pressing.
obligation to takeWhereas the ordinary person has a choice whether or not to act, the police officer, in view of his or her status, has a positive obligation to take action.