of or relating to the law or jurisprudence
relating to the administration of justice or the function of a judge
How To Use juridical In A Sentence
- Each of these organizations is a juridical body, the legal capacity of which is confined by its respective mandate as defined in its charter.
- This regards the two spouses as juridical equals and assumes, but does not ensure, that they are also equal economically and culturally.
- In 1999, however, federal courts began to allow hundreds of ATS suits alleging that a corporation -- a "juridical" person -- could also be an enemy of mankind. Ben Kerschberg: Corporate Executives: Get Ready for a Billion Dollar Lawsuit
- Again I exclude all those compromises between abstract and experimental sciences which supply the whole ballast of the semi-sciences called juridical, political, and historical. A Confession
- Third, I am doubtful whether a party can rely on a procedural advantage in some country other than the one to whose jurisdiction he has on any view submitted, as a juridical advantage.
- Moreover, the duty of free respect to others is really only a negative one (of not exalting oneself above others) and is thus analogous to the juridical duty of not encroaching on another's possessions.
- As a result, the French peace movement linked revanchism to the creation of an international tribunal that would resolve the question of Alsace and Lorraine through juridical methods.
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- 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.
- 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