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juristic

characteristic of the study of law or the legal profession.
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Integrated Tourism Complexes which are commonly known as ITCs in Oman, are regulated by Sultani Decree Number 12/2006 (the 'ITC Law') which exempts non-Omani natural and juristic persons from the rules set out in the property laws and regulations in Oman.
The leading indicators from the real sector consisted of real GDP, the SET Index, the Juristic Act and Right Registration Fee (Property), the Consumer Price Index and the House Price Index.
292-24), and he makes two main arguments about Islamic legal theory that intersect with Fish's theory: (1) Muslim legal theorists did not reject formalism but they expressed concerns about the limits of language, and (2) some overlaps with Fish's concept of interpretive communities can be found in the juristic views of both consensus and legal disagreement.
Essentially the point of this paper is this: the comparative perspective demonstrates that taking the absence of juristic reason formula too seriously destabilizes Canadian law.
Provide final juristic opinion on issues of compliance with the principles of Islamic commercial jurisprudence in the field of economics and finance
The two primary types of legal persons are a natural person and a juristic person.
Questioning the show cause notices issued to Grover and Chadha, the court noted that DU's agreement was with Nirulas Hotels and Restaurants, a wholly owned subsidiary of Nirulas Corner House, which is a juristic entity and it was this entity which was running the restaurant from the premises and not its vicepresident or director in individual capacity.
(12) Some of the people working--wittingly or unwittingly--in this structural subversion of mu'amala to Mammon are even claiming (or arguing for) global juristic consensus (ijma') on Islamic financial standards set by one of the (so-called) standards-setting bodies of the IBF industry.
First, references in juristic documents will be discussed.
This Eid al-Fitr salat is, depending on which juristic opinion is followed, Fard (obligatory), Mustahabb (strongly recommended, just short of obligatory) or mandoob (preferable).
The third stage of analysis--the question of a juristic reason--is more often the focus of litigation.
He further said that the terms of the extradition treaty between the two countries would be finalised soon so as to enable swift exchange of criminals and expedite the juristic processes.