judicial decree

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HB 7303 proposes ten grounds for the grant of a judicial decree of absolute divorce for married couples.
Dissolution of marriage meanwhile, could be filed based on the following grounds: when a joint petition is filed based on the grounds provided for absolute divorce; when one of the spouses has undergone a sex reassignment surgery; when the spouses have been living separately de facto for at least five years; when one of the spouses has contracted a bigamous marriage and when one of the spouses have been legally separated by a judicial decree for two years.
Under his proposal, the grounds for a judicial decree of absolute divorce are the grounds for legal separation under Article 55 of the Family Code of the Philippines and grounds for annulment of marriage under Article 45 of the Family Code of the Philippines.
HYDERABAD -- A subordinate court has overturned a December, 2011 judicial decree which, on the basis of a local council's resolution, had allowed use of a footpath in an area of Hyderabad for cabin shops.
Require federal courts with jurisdiction over an institutional judicial decree to review the decree every four years, at minimum, to ensure the decree continues to be justified;
In a statement to Saudi Press Agency (SPA), similar to several hundreds of Palestinian civilians, Muhammad Al-Qiq is a victim of the arbitrary punishment of administrative detention and is being held by Israel without charge or trial by administrative order and not by judicial decree.
OIC said that similar to several hundreds of Palestinian civilians, Al-Qiq is a victim of "arbitrary punishment of administrative detention," and is being held by Israel without charge or trial by administrative order and not by a judicial decree.
Complex and delicate moral and cultural issues cannot be achieved by a simple judicial decree.
since its Chapter 11 reorganization was converted to Chapter 7 liquidation by judicial decree last month.
According to the Israeli human rights center BTselem, Administrative detention is detention without charge or trial that is authorized by administrative order rather than by judicial decree.
Given the legal nature of the case and considering that the responsibility for the seized vessel falls under the judicial authority now, its release will only be possible through a judicial decree," it stressed.
Khartoum, April 29 (SUNA) - Khartoum North Court Tuesday issued a judicial decree dismissing the arbitration rule in the case of Sudan Cotton Company and deciding continuation of the judicial proceedings in criminal case that relates to violations in the company.

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