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JUDEX. This word has several significations: 1. The judge, one who declares the law, quijus dicit; one who administers justice between the parties to a cause, when lawfully submitted to him. 2. The judicial power, or the court. 3. Anciently, by judex was also understood a juror. Vide Judge.

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Provost and former pupil Tracey Little attended along with Judex Paul, chairman of the Rotary club, and his wife, Joan, ward officer Derek Hextall and councillors John Charteris and Jeff Leaver.
This is contrary to the well-known principle of natural justice that no person should be made to be a judge in his/her own cause-nemo judex in causa sua.
For centuries, a core principle of the English doctrine of natural justice--close to the American idea of procedural due process--has been the principle of nemo debet esse judex in propria causa--no man should be judge of his own cause.
b; see also Bin Cheng, General Principles of Law as Applied by International Courts and Tribunals 279 (1953) (describing the universal due process principle of nemo debet esse judex in propria sua causa, which prohibits someone from being the judge in her own case).
As Roderick Macdonald pointed out, natural justice and its component principles--audi alterem partem and nemo judex in sua causa-- have their own distinct history.
Pero que lo verdadero sea index sui no quiere decir por tanto que la verdad sea rex sui, que la verdad sea lex sui, que la verdad sea judex sui.
jura novit curia, audiatur et altera pars, nemo judex in causa propria,
Judex Tshibanda remembers Ali coming to box with the local children.
The coaches of both athletes namely Messrs Judex Bazile (boxing - Rs 80 000) and Joseph Mounawah (judo - Rs 40 000) were also rewarded.