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resolutive

denoting a condition the fulfilment of which terminates a contract or other legal obligation.
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Thus, in the early 2000s, Lagos' government promoted the creation of the Tribunal de Defensa de la Libre Competencia or Competition Tribunal, eliminating both the Preventive Commissions and the Resolutive Commission and reinforcing the autonomy and independence of the competition authorities from the NEPO and political actors.
Skills assessment is contextualized insofar it requires to evaluator to act in practical and resolutive situation.
Access to appropriate and resolutive services in the community is extremely important, as these can help the individual return to an active life (28).
Ryder continued to explain that "If by the Scots law an estate tail with irritant and resolutive clauses is not forfeited with respect to the issue in tail, there may be a descent to [Lord MacLeod] notwithstanding his father's attainder which cannot be prevented but by his own.
This logic should be apt to take the form of the logic of orders, the logic of wishes, the logic of promises, the logic of decisions (or resolutive logic), the logic of intentions, etc.
One remembers, for example, the doctrine of induction and of the cogitative faculties, in which, on the basis of the psychology of Aristotle and Averroes, the Angelic Doctor marks the positive insertion of the intellect into the sensible, its hermeneutical capacity through which is emphasized the resolutive, that is, foundational, function of the reference to the latter (conversio ad phantasmata).
In this sense, Jose Afonso da Silva classifies it as a measure of law subject to a resolutive condition (14), linked to the Chamber of Deputies and Federal Senate's deliberation.
En s'y inspirant, nous sommes portees a reconnaitre une approche du traitement beaucoup plus resolutive que palliative, a l'oeuvre dans les ressources alternatives (Racamier et al.
This classic perspective has devoted little attention to the mechanisms inherent to the improvement of each individual's cognitive and resolutive efficiency in face of learning, practice or mere experience (Sternberg, 1999, 2003).
with a resolutive and auspicious wedding: Miranda leaves the metropolis
Ergot alkaloids have not been reported to be as resolutive as the loline alkaloids in the taxonomic distinction of endophytes.
participation informed or consulted Evaluator's Independence, Defense of values standpoint objectivity Evaluator's Maximum Minimal responsibility Evaluator's role Resolutive Promoter Scientific Searching for Hermeneutical cycle of assumptions generalizable interpretation conclusions regarding the influence of the context Methods or Meta-analysis.