All told, though, I think a strong case could be made that such inquiries would all involve an impermissible invasion of the couple's privacy.
The Supreme Court issued a very short per curiam opinion saying without analysis that this was impermissible .
Uncertainty exists because a municipality may enact a subsequent zoning regulation which renders the proposed use impermissible .
The underlying act is wrong, tainted, impermissible and thus benefiting from it is wrong.
Every theory of justice, therefore, has its own theory of exploitation, since every theory has an account of the ways it is permissible and impermissible to benefit from others.
This again is criticised as an impermissible extension to the exceptions to the ‘presumption of quantification’ in the new Code.
It was in this state of affairs that the police committed excesses which strictly speaking were impermissible in law.
For example, it would be impermissible for the Society because it did not wish to offer annuities itself to use its discretion as to bonuses to make it more attractive for the policy holder to use another provider.
The judge then determines whether this reason is bona fide or the underlying intent was to exercise impermissible group discrimination.
It's not necessarily impermissible though, provided you have sufficient justification.