judicial pronouncement

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The former governor of Rivers State, Amaechi had reportedly announced to his supporters shortly after his inauguration in Abuja by President Muhammadu Buhari that there would be congress in the state without cognisance to the existing judicial pronouncement on subject matter and the need for consultation as it affects the interest of party members eliciting sharp reactions from Abe who immediately challenged Amaechi's competence to make such policy statement reserved for the national leadership of the APC.
arbitral or judicial authority or a judicial pronouncement or arbitration
'Our last resort was to take the case to the Federal Court, which is the apex court, to make a judicial pronouncement on the motion tabled by the state government to enable the holding of local council elections.
Lannetti is the latest judicial pronouncement on a topic that has seen legislative fixes emerge and die at the General Assembly.
There are two vacancies each in the Lok Sabha and the Rajya Sabha, while one BJP MP Chedi Paswan does not have voting rights following a judicial pronouncement, he added.
The OMP however is not a judicial body and it does not seek to make a judicial pronouncement with regard to a civil or criminal matter.
The court cited a three-part test for EAJA fees, and whether a party has prevailed: There must be a court-ordered change in the legal relationship of the parties; the judgment must be in the favor of the party seeking the fees; and the judicial pronouncement must be accompanied by judicial relief.
The merger of the north and the east, which is an article of faith as far as Si Lankan Tamils are concerned, has been undone by a judicial pronouncement. The Government spokesmen have made it clear that Colombo has no intention to devolve police and land powers.
Allowing the first-in-time decision to stand seems reasonable as a matter of policy because it allows citizens to rely on the first judicial pronouncement on a question of law, but does so without undermining the authority of the judicial branch.
There remains one category of treaty--at the opposite end of the historic continuum--that lacks judicial pronouncement on the subject of consultation.
(26) Hence, this Court has determined that cases raising a generalized grievance would meet the injury-in-fact requirement only where there is a clear showing that the action challenged has caused or will cause an individual injury and that a judicial pronouncement of rights will be likely to redress that injury.
This means that any law infringing the right is utterly without authority, and any judicial pronouncement on the meaning of the right which infringes the right is also without authority.