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declarator

in Scotland, an order of court declaring a party's rights. It cannot be sought as an academic exercise - there must be some real dispute. It is frequently sought as a preliminary to interdict.
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Central Government Oversight and the Declarator. With some background in place, this section briefly reviews the role of the Court of Session in assessing the legality of central-government action, something that we associate today with administrative law.
Culex (Culex) declarator Dyar and Knab, a mosquito species new to Florida (Diptera: Culicidae).
(Litigants had the right of appeal to the Court of Session and, after 1707, to the House of Lords.) The legal action was known as a Declarator of Marriage.
If a man denied that he had promised marriage to the woman before she 'yielded to his embraces' or 'granted him all the privileges of a husband' (the two phrases most commonly used in the records), she could raise a legal action for declarator of marriage and bring evidence that she was his lawful wife.
While Fortran-8x will allow recursive routines, the s8.104 specification says that these must be qualified with the RECURSIVE declarator. If subroutine call and return is implemented by the well-known mechanism of using a stack for the return addresses, there is no penalty in CPU time and memory usage (compared with alternative mechanism), and the bonus of recursion is obtained automatically, i.e., without any modifications (to allow for recursion) to either the parser or the code generator.
Ireland Instead, it would be "I'll "merely declaring the law as part of its central function", adding that "how Parliament chooses to react to that declarator is entirely a matter for that institution".
If she refuses, seek a court order for 'declarator'.
Before bringing an action on the grounds of desertion (also known as non-adherence), a prior action of adherence first had to be brought before the commissaries (sometimes also a declarator of marriage if there was likely to be any doubt about the validity of the marriage).
His brothers Simon and John raised a civil action last year seeking a declarator of death in a bid to wind up their late father's estate.
nAS you weren't married, you can't be next of kin unless you obtained declarator from the Court of Session that you were 'husband and wife'.
She wrote: "I find that the petitioner's rights under article eight have been breached; that he is a victim; and I will hear counsel on whether a declarator or any other remedy is necessary at a date to be fixed."