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juristic

characteristic of the study of law or the legal profession.
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The Companies Act 1862 and its successors, allowed for extended juristic development of the new concept.
In a juristic comment on soldiers' testamentary rights, Ulpian (c.
This Eid al-Fitr salat is, depending on which juristic opinion is followed, Fard (obligatory), Mustahabb (strongly recommended, just short of obligatory) or mandoob (preferable).
Where private individuals, including juristic persons, proceed to exploit the military occupancy by acquiring private property against the will and consent of the former owner, such action, not being expressly justified by any applicable provision of the Hague Regulations, is in violation of international law.
constitutional arrangements [remain] unquestioned" (12) and beyond the boundaries of juristic knowledge.
I believe," he said, "that such a therapist must have adequate juristic knowledge, be highly pious and devout, be recommended by prominent scholars and, most importantly, he should aim to call people to Allah instead of working solely for financial gain.
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.
The twin Aleppo terrorist bombings which resulted in the martyrdom and the injury of scores of civilians and military members were strongly condemned by parties, unions personalities, activities and juristic bodies.
There exists even a fatwa (a juristic ruling concerning Islamic law) by the former Ayatollah Khomeini actually forbidding nuclear weapons on moral grounds.
570/1175) remarkable Kitab al-Ishara ila mahasin al-tijara, (1) especially with regard to how the former's traditional (athari) (2) and juristic (fiqhi) approach to economics and livelihood so nicely complements the latter's distinctly philosophical (falsafi) and pragmatic ('amali) treatment.
Lex Charitatis: A Juristic Disquisition on Law in the Theology of Martin Luther By Johannes Heckel.