More importantly, the information you see is legally controlled by the individual entities and not mine to disclose.
It may not be legally or technically, but morally, he accepted a bribe.
The wife was legally responsible for providing services in and around the home, but she had no comparable rights to such services.
There is a clear separation in what is legally correct from what is morally right.
Even before this refugee crisis, Palestinians in Lebanon were not legally allowed to work in most professions.
It might well be, I said, that before long I should legally adopt her.
They had been legally married and desired to be legally separated.
legally he was not bound to return the fees but moral scruples dictated him this course.
“I do not know that, legally speaking or otherwise, you have a guardian,” he finally said.
It is whether, under the existing constitution, they can be appointed to such office, and can legally discharge its duties.
mid-15c. "of or pertaining to the law," from Middle French légal or directly from Latin legalis "legal, pertaining to the law," from lex (genitive legis) "law," possibly related to legere "to gather," on notion of "a collection of rules" (see lecture (n.)).
Sense of "permitted by law" is from 1640s. Related: Legally. The Old French form was leial, loial (see leal, loyal). Legal tender is from 1740.