Judex


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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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Judex Tshibanda remembers Ali coming to box with the local children.
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176) The Court has therefore appealed to itself to reconsider the Delhi High Court judgment, (177) which is a clear and substantial violation of the cardinal principle of judicial propriety--nemo judex in re sua, i.
Some "core" due process rights are today recognized as rules of customary international law, including the fundamental axiom nemo debet esse judex in propria sua causa (no one may be a judge in his own cause), (footnote omitted) (128)
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debet esse Judex in propria causa'--no man ought to be a judge of
Even in the United States of America where the doctrine was taken from, the judex had shown in Baker (supra) that the end is near for the doctrine.