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juristic

characteristic of the study of law or the legal profession.
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22) The institutionalization of taqlid hegemony should not be taken to mean that legal change was stifled, whether in the form of novel cases that required hermeneutically engaging with the sources of Islamic law or in the exercise of preponderance (tarjih) among competing juristic views.
I discuss McInnes's analysis, and the counteranalysis of McCamus in Part III A2, where I distinguish between absence of juristic reason as a cause of action and as a general principle.
Maitland asked also for his sincere apologies to be proffered to Dr Grunhut, and further asked to be sent the works of Redlich's adversary Hatschek, implying that the latter's juristic ideas of the State as a non-person were so absurd that he himself must be a fictitious person.
The two primary types of legal persons are a natural person and a juristic person.
This final phase is characterized by a total abandonment of juristic efforts to conduct ijtihad and people just relied upon previously established doctrines of established schools of thought.
In a juristic comment on soldiers' testamentary rights, Ulpian (c.
The third stage of analysis--the question of a juristic reason--is more often the focus of litigation.
He further said that the terms of the extradition treaty between the two countries would be finalised soon so as to enable swift exchange of criminals and expedite the juristic processes.
Daguerre pointed out that Malek isn't a member of the ACHR nor is he a member of any juristic organization, and that he had no prior experience as a member of a juristic mission, affirming that the ACHR disavows the conduct and behavior he pursued and regrets the media fanfare surrounding his statements which coincided with his withdrawal from the mission before the end of the timeframe which was agreed upon with the Arab League.
The third more specifically juristic concern is with the issue of 'transplantation,' a topic much discussed within the legal literature relating to colonialism but here considered in the context of metropolitan law.
Lex Charitatis: A Juristic Disquisition on Law in the Theology of Martin Luther By Johannes Heckel.
2) A provision of the Bill of Rights binds a natural or a juristic person if, and to the extent that, it is applicable, taking into account the nature of the right and the nature of any duty imposed by the right.