infringe

to break a law or rule; to take away some of a person’s rights or to limit their freedom ฝ่าฝืน, ละเมิด, ล่วงละเมิด

Mr Srisuwan alleged that Channel 3's action had infringed on the rights and freedom of consumers in violation of Section 45 of the constitution and Section 61 of the Consumer Protection Act.

Before filing with the Intellectual Property Department, you need to search for a trademark you would like to register in order to determine that it does not infringe on other people's trademarks.

There is nothing wrong with being able to get the media on your side as an election is a competition and everything is perhaps fair in such a game as long as it does not violate the law or infringe on someone else's freedom and rights.

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Writer: Terry Fredrickson
Position: Education Marketing and Support Manager