judicial determination

judicial determination

noun action, award, court resolution, court's finding, declaration, decree, decretal, findings of fact and conclusions of law, holding, opinion judggent, judicial fiat, judicial pronouncement, order, order of the court, pronouncement, ruling, sentence
See also: ruling
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With equal, nay with greater reason, a body of men are unfit to be both judges and parties at the same time; yet what are many of the most important acts of legislation, but so many judicial determinations, not indeed concerning the rights of single persons, but concerning the rights of large bodies of citizens?
In two 4-3 decisions, the Court implied that such suits called for a judicial determination of the value of human life -- a decision the Court was not prepared to hand down.
market, pending a final judicial determination of its classification, (b) the possibility of the FDA seeking to seize inbound shipments of Cholestin from foreign locations, or (c) negative events in the U.
In addition to a judicial determination that Mitchell infringed the '169 Patent, CCC is seeking preliminary and permanent injunctions enjoining Mitchell from further acts of infringement of the '169 Patent, triple monetary damages for willful infringement, disgorgement of all profits resulting from the infringement of the '169 Patent and attorneys fees.
On July 20, 1999, QUALCOMM filed a new lawsuit in San Diego against Motorola seeking a judicial determination that QUALCOMM has the right to terminate all licenses granted to Motorola under the 1990 agreement, while retaining all licenses granted by Motorola.
A plurality of the Court considered that to attribute patentability to the invention as claimed would involve an extension of the concept of a manner of manufacture which was not appropriate for judicial determination.
The protection of free speech, he later explains, "cannot turn on a legislative or judicial determination that particular speech is useful to the democratic process,'' because, under the Constitution, value judgments are left to individuals, not government.
appeal for an independent judicial determination of whether the blocked
In considering the evidence required for the court to make a judicial determination of capacity utilizing the functional approach, consideration of medical opinions or recommendations are relevant only so far as they shed light on one's ability to perform life's basic functions.
subject to judicial determination that the granting of the said
The court should have the benefit of hearing the contending views of the people who are most directly affected by the issues; whether the proposed action is an economical use of judicial resources; whether the issues are presented in a context suitable for judicial determination in an adversarial setting; and whether permitting the proposed action to go forward will serve the purpose of upholding the principle of legality".
The code of conduct for the Indian judiciary makes it clear that judges are not to enter public debates or express their views on matters that are pending or likely to come up for judicial determination.

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