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law term

any of various periods of time appointed for the sitting of law courts.
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More successful in rule of law terms has been the special war crimes chamber in Belgrade, with verdicts that have more resonance and impact locally.
The Development of Chinese International Law Terms and the Problem of Their Translation into English.
Listed in both English and French, the lexicon provides definitions of environmental law terms, themes, and relevant documents.
The aim of the research is to analyse and compare the translation strategies employed by the compilers of two English-Lithuanian law dictionaries in translation of the law terms defining specific concepts of the English-Welsh legal system.
The study of lexical structure of the texts is limited to issues of terminology, as law terms are crucial for the legislator aims at promoting accurate and clear formulation of legal regulations.
The current plans are unfair and may, indeed, be illegal in public law terms, since they clearly do not give women adequate notice of the large changes in pension age that they face," she said.
7 While the law requires all branches of medicine for helping the cause of justice, the radiological report remains an important hard copy evidence5 and therefore the report must logically be written according to the prevailing law terms in the country.
Being laid off has a specific meaning in employment law terms.
Strain energy density functions including logarithmic terms with either polynomial or power law terms
13) In other words, even when considering the application of liability in the private law sense, courts may continue to view the impugned act (or omission, in this case) in fundamentally public law terms.
During their life, they were constitutional in domestic law terms and they did not violate any principals of customary international law.