Purview

Pur"view

(?), n. [OF. purveu, pourveu, F. pourvu, provided, p. p. of OF. porveoir, F. pourvoir. See Purvey, View, and cf. Proviso.] 1. (a) (Law) The body of a statute, or that part which begins with " Be it enacted, " as distinguished from the preamble. Cowell. (b) Hence: The limit or scope of a statute; the whole extent of its intention or provisions. Marshall.
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Profanations within the purview of several statutes.
Bacon.
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2. Limit or sphere of authority; scope; extent.
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In determining the extent of information required in the exercise of a particular authority, recourse must be had to the objects within the purview of that authority.
Madison.
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