juridic

ADJECTIVE
  1. of or relating to the law or jurisprudence
    juridical days
  2. relating to the administration of justice or the function of a judge
    judicial system
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How To Use juridic In A Sentence

  • juridical days
  • What is more, there is a clear juridical advantage to the plaintiff in Ontario implicitly acknowledged by the Post.
  • El algodon no se coje alli solian acudir alli muçhos nauios de burney al Rescate del bruscay que son vnos çiertos caracolillos que heçha la mar ques moneda en sian como El cacao en la nueva españa es de la juridiçion de areualo nunca a entrado en ella ninguna justa tiene esta ysla doçe leguas de box. The Philippine Islands, 1493-1803 — Volume 05 of 55 1582-1583 Explorations by Early Navigators, Descriptions of the Islands and Their Peoples, Their History and Records of the Catholic Missions, as Related in Contemporaneous Books and Manuscripts, Showing
  • _Vyavahára_, may be called the juridical rules, embracing as well substantive law as the procedure and practice of legal tribunals. Hindu Law and Judicature from the Dharma-Sástra of Yájnavalkya
  • … investing in litigation is now a sound business strategy, says the NYT: Mr. Fields is chief executive of Juridica Capital Management. which runs a fund that invests in one side of a lawsuit in exchange for a share of any winnings. p2pnet World Headlines – June 3, 2009
  • However, that is neither a juridical nor logical impediment to applying a clear general principle to the instrument if a national court is of the view that its purpose and effect require it.
  • McCrea's possible loss of juridical advantage is either neutral or a factor favouring Ontario as the appropriate forum.
  • Now, if the contract does not contain the condition of delivery at the same time — as a pactum re initum — and consequently an interval of time intervenes between the conclusion of the contract and the taking possession of the object of acquisition, I cannot obtain possession of it during this interval otherwise than by exercising the particular juridical activity called a possessory act (actum possessorium), which constitutes a special contract. The Science of Right
  • Moreover, a duty of care in favour of the alleged perpetrator would lack the juridical basis on which the existence of a common law duty of care was largely founded in Prince's case.
  • What makes it worse is that the Spanish courts have visibly gone about their task in a manner, and on the basis of legal principles, which are beyond criticism from an English juridical standpoint.
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