ARBITRARY GOVERNMENT meaning in Law Dictionary

the essential difference between a free of charge and an arbitrary government usually when you look at the previous restrictions tend to be assigned to those to whom the management is committed, but the latter is based on the might associated with the departments or a number of them. Kamper v. Hawkins, 1 Va. Cas. 20, 23.

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Was on the 9th of January 1689; he was active in influencing the Commons to vote (1689) that the New England charters should be restored; and he published A Narrative of the Miseries of New-England, By Reason of an Arbitrary Government Erected there Under Sir Edmund Andros (1688), A Brief Relation for the Confirmation of Charter Privileges (1691), and other pamphlets.

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