finality clause

finality clause

the clause in some statutes that the decision of some delegated authority shall be final. However, the courts have developed ways of examining the decisions, particularly if they do not proceed in accord with law.
Collins Dictionary of Law © W.J. Stewart, 2006
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The judge described this section a "finality clause", which restricts or eliminates judicial review.
The judge described that law as a finality clause, which restricts or eliminates judicial review.He pointed out that in this era, the Constitution is suprememdash not Parliament, the executive or the judiciary.