judgment as a three-term jural
relation, a right can impose a
Families of polity are also jural
publics, as described by Burke (2010:64), in which are vested obligations and responsibilities, much like the estate groups from which they have evolved.
It liberated courts from typical common law jural
into some greater whole as jural
composites--for instance, the fee
1) (2) (3) (4) JURAL
Right Privilege Power Immunity OPPOSITES No Right Duty Disability Liability (1) (2) (3) (4) JURAL
Right Privilege Power Immunity CORRELATIVES Duty No Right Liability Disability
This takes us out of the realm of jural
relations and into the realm of political and constitutional theory.
The structural analysis of the Contract Labor (R & A) Act, 1970 and the Rules effected in 1971, shows that the Hohfeldian jural
correlatives of right-duty, power-liability or immunity- disability do not exist together in many of the provisions of the law, instead jural
opposites of right- no right, power-disability were found to exist together at some places.
James Lorimer, The Institutes of the Law of Nations: A Treatise of the Jural
Relations of Separate Political Communities, vol.
In a jural
state, the mechanisms for operating and managing state/public institutions have a strategic importance for the institutionalisation of state policy and laws.
The bench observed that it passed this order restricting itself to jural
discipline, and the cost was imposed only because the Army preferred "a second round of petition unnecessarily, in an obdurate manner without any cogent ground".
Since, after all, a debt is a relation of jural
I]t is the duty which requires one human being to respect, without interference or damage, the jural
governance of another.