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any of various periods of time appointed for the sitting of law courts.
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(77) To avoid this process we must accept that in Aboriginal title litigation, Indigenous representations of law are not stand-ins for common law terms. Rather, they are an expression of their organic quality, rooted in the traditions of Indigenous peoples and how they perceive and interact with the world around them.
With its glossary of law terms, the book is accessible to general readers as well as law students, lawyers, and scholars.
All the body parts are in Latin, all the scientific names for plants are in Latin, and common law terms are in Latin.
I'd like to focus my remarks today on the relationship between transitional justice and rule of law, as concepts, and as fields of scholarship and practice; to propose a re-conceptualization of transitional justice in rule of law terms; and draw some lessons for the rule of law field about what such a reconceptualization means for how we do transitional justice.
So as in terms law allows we could do action by others based on law terms.
effectively an assignment agreement (or novation agreement in common law terms).
Second, since at the time no indigenous Chinese vocabulary existed to translate the technical terms of international law, foreigners (probably in collaboration with their Chinese colleagues) were the ones who developed the first generation of Chinese international law terms (Chiu 1968; Svarverud 2004).
Listed in both English and French, the lexicon provides definitions of environmental law terms, themes, and relevant documents.
The aim of the research is to analyse and compare the translation strategies employed by the compilers of two English-Lithuanian law dictionaries in translation of the law terms defining specific concepts of the English-Welsh legal system.
The study of lexical structure of the texts is limited to issues of terminology, as law terms are crucial for the legislator aims at promoting accurate and clear formulation of legal regulations.
The current plans are unfair and may, indeed, be illegal in public law terms, since they clearly do not give women adequate notice of the large changes in pension age that they face," she said.
The main changes were made about hurt and murder; it also required that the requisite examination documentation be made by an authorized physician.7 While the law requires all branches of medicine for helping the cause of justice, the radiological report remains an important hard copy evidence5 and therefore the report must logically be written according to the prevailing law terms in the country.8