juristic

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juristic

characteristic of the study of law or the legal profession.
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My account of how evidence is cognitively processed and juristically assessed will lead me to consider that a justification for the application of inference causation in legal fact- finding might be found not in a theory of causation, but rather in a theory of evidence and its role in the fact-finding process.
For even though the Bank was under no obligation to extend the credit currently enjoyed by the Company, let alone on an unsecured basis, the fact remains that, at least as the law stood at the time of the Court's deliberations in Karam, it was juristically possible for the Bank to have exercised lawful-act duress against the Karams, that is, by applying improper pressure by lawful means, specifically by (implicitly) proposing to exercise its legal freedom to cut off the Company's credit in support of a demand for improved security, but in a manner that is somehow 'illegitimate' in the circumstances.
2) And although some mainstream Islamists pepper their politics with salutary declarations about the benefits of democracy, equality and human rights, it's clear that many do not juristically or ideologically accept the sovereignty of Western liberal government.
For evidence of relevant patterns of behavior and juristically relevant expectation, see, e.
20) Within that juristically protected sphere of free social interaction, more or less autonomous individuals were able to devote themselves to the pursuit of their own private interests.