law term


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law term

any of various periods of time appointed for the sitting of law courts.
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Conversion is the tort pattern that can be used to recover damages for theft; theft itself is more of a criminal law term.
Speaking at mass to mark the opening of the new Law Term in Dublin Dr Diarmuid Martin added he has a great concern at events in the Asian nation.
Lord Justice Longmore, sitting with Mr Justice Leveson and Sir Ian Kennedy, said they would hand down their decision at a later, unspecified, date - indicating it may not be in this law term which ends on December 21.
The bishop made the remarks in a homily delivered to a packed congregation that included the Papal Nuncio and senior judges at a service in St Michan's Church of Ireland in Dublin to mark the opening of the new law term.
The new law term begins this October and a date for a hearing is expected to be fixed then.
The appeal court said it would give its decision early in the next law term.
The High Court was told that the Department of Defence is seeking the adjournment of 500 compensation cases that were due up in the next law term in order to allow negotiations to take place.
In law terms they are an accessory to Tory austerity policies.
Again, to use labor law terms - both labor and management should be protected by rights and burdened by obligations, for a harmonious and productive workplace.
For example, common law terms may have no true equivalent in a civil law legal system.
I'd really like us to adopt a balanced Budget within the determined by the law terms, on time, and that means that we will enter 2017 according to the plan", said Volodymyr Groysman.
He told the National Iraqi News Agency / NINA /: "general amnesty law terms were viewed at the meeting that was held yesterday between the Mini-Legal Committee for the study of the general amnesty and Parliament Speaker Salim al-Jubouri.