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The thrust of argument of Memon's lawyer Raju Ramachandran was that the warrant should not have been issued before a convict exhausted all his legal options and especially when the curative petition, the last judicial remedy was pending in the Supreme Court.
Several decisions by the Supreme Election Board (YSK) were inconsistent with legislation, including in relation to campaigning and election administration, and the lack of judicial review of those decisions challenges the separation of powers and prevents access to judicial remedy in election matters, the document said.
Several Supreme Board of Elections decisions were inconsistent with legislation, including in relation to campaigning and election administration, and the lack of judicial review of those decisions challenges the separation of powers and prevents access to judicial remedy in election matters.
The trial court granted the defendants' motion, finding that the statute of limitations period began when CAP purchased the property, and finding that CAP had knowledge of the facts that would authorize it to seek a judicial remedy.
Gribouski said the courts had ruled that a choice imposed upon a public employee of either self-incrimination or job forfeiture amounted to "coercion,'' and that the judicial remedy would be to either dismiss the charges or suppress the statements.
R 753, there is no judicial remedy when a convention is contravened, since conventions are not laws (Aucoin, Jarvis and Turnbull 2011: 77-9).
He said that prior to these amendments; there had been no proper and effective judicial remedy or mechanism available to redress the grievances of those convicted under FCR.
The Civil Torts (Liability of the State) Law had previously been amended to decrease the statute of limitations with respect to a compensation claim from 7 to 2 years, and requiring that a written notice be sent to the Israeli Defense Ministry within 60 days of the incident otherwise the right to judicial remedy will be terminated.
One of the things that renders a dispute nonjusticiable is the lack of a judicial remedy.
As a result, UJ is the only alternative, national courts willing to use it an essential judicial remedy.
The successful request for a judicial remedy was filed in July 2010 by a coalition of veterans service organizations: United Spinal Association/VetsFirst; the National Veterans Legal Services Program (NVLSP); the Paralyzed Veterans of America; and the Non-Commissioned Officers Association.
Immediate punishments would send out a "salutary" message to terrorists and the society will not get disenchanted from those exploiting the judicial remedy of appeals in higher courts to delay punishments in many cases for five to 10 years.