judicial decision

NOUN
  1. (law) the determination by a court of competent jurisdiction on matters submitted to it
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How To Use judicial decision In A Sentence

  • Traditionally they were applied to judicial decisions taken by inferior courts and tribunals.
  • The position regarding administration orders over unregistered companies has not been finally settled by judicial decision.
  • Even the provisions of the formal document, the United States Constitution, may be amended by judicial decisions and custom usage.
  • The court's monthly stop-offs are a reminder that judicial decisions must be obeyed.
  • The case law, characterized by reality and flexibility, can make up for the defects in application and interpretation of the statute law, for it has originated from judicial decisions of judges.
  • Even the provisions of the formal document, the United States Constitution, may be amended by judicial decisions and custom usage.
  • These laws were replaced, by statute or judicial decision, with ostensibly gender-neutral standards.
  • In the case of West Virginia, the situation was practically identical, but the judicial decision was different.
  • « 'During the recess (1788), that illustrious sage, who had so long presided over the judicial decisions of his country, in the eighty-fourth year of his age, thought that many years of labour, without reproach, might be followed by a few years of rest, and retired from the judicative bench. Peerage of England. ...
  • The recent practice of using foreign laws as bases for judicial decisions about American laws likewise turns law into the caprices John Stuart Mill feared more than he feared bad laws.
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