From a sense of this natural justice, Cain knowing himself guilty of his brother's blood said, "whosoever finds me shall kill me."
But he would like to know first of all what he and Pindar mean by natural justice.
For he is equally bound to restore it, both by the positive obligations of law, and by the principles of natural justice.
There is some natural justice in these events, though I wish there were more.
The duties of children to their parents arise from a principle of natural justice and retribution.
Their counsel submit that a finding made wholly without evidence capable of supporting it is contrary to natural justice.
All these considerations suggest that the Commission was bound by the broad requirements of natural justice.
The section may be seen as a recognition by Parliament that natural justice should apply.
I shall define it to be simply the rule, principle, obligation or requirement of natural justice.
And we went on to explain why we think the Royal Commission was bound by the broad requirements of natural justice.