constitutional remedy

constitutional remedy

Ayurvedic medicine
Any of a number of therapeutic manoeuvres, including diet, mild herbs, mineral preparations, and lifestyle adjustments, which are intended to balance life forces and return the body to its normal state of harmony.
 
Homeopathy
A therapeutic agent in the homeopathic formulary that is chosen based on a person’s individual constitutional type, taking into account the person’s symptoms, personality, genetic and familial characteristics; in some cases, acute and chronic homeopathic remedies may also be constitutional remedies.
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Ameh told the court what the PDP did to Akpabio was an uncommon situation and that is why he seeks a constitutional remedy.
Most of all, they need advice on whether the facts in this case warrant the constitutional remedy of impeachment.
He also requested the court to order that he should not be punished, discriminated or adversely treated in any manner for approaching it to seek constitutional remedy against the amendments to the law.
There was talk about using these miasmatic remedies as intercurrent remedies--in other words, in between the so-called constitutional remedy. I never prescribed that way because it didn't really make sense to me.
We conclude that Lockridge's constitutional remedy is not pertinent to the outcome of this case.
But it must be done within the clearly prescribed constitutional remedy of the Senate presiding as an impeachment court, not through an untried shortcut that is a travesty of justice.
Apparently, however, that constitutional remedy is a bridge too far for most.
If Karki is misusing his authority as widely reported, Prachanda government should have tried to find a Constitutional remedy. Given the majority of the ruling coalition, it may not be impossible to curb by law the unfettered powers of the anti-graft Commission.
ABSTRACT Since the introduction of the individual application as a constitutional remedy, the Turkish Constitutional Court, which traditionally dealt with constitutional review of laws, constitutional amendments and political party dissolution cases, has embarked on the road towards transforming itself into a more effective rights adjudication body.
It does so by reframing the avoidance canon as two different judicial tools: (1) a canon of interpretation, and (2) a constitutional remedy. The latter of these-- avoidance as a constitutional remedy--makes sense of courts' power to effectively rewrite statutes.
Supreme Court raised his blood pressure with its gay marriage and Obamacare rulings, suggested a way to kick the bums out: "Retention elections will give the people a constitutional remedy to the problem of judicial activism, and the means to throwing off judicial tyrants."
LB: The action of the constitutional remedy is undermined by these other factors that need to be incorporated into the treatment.

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