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judicial

(joo-dish′ăl) [L. judicalis, pert. to law courts, judicial]
Pert. to a judgement at law, or to the administration of law or of justice, or to the judiciary or judges.
judicially (′ă-lē)
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Coun Molineux said: "If this is something that gets through then I will be looking to take advice on whether it could be judicially reviewed because it is a council tax increase through the back door.
He said once a fact was judicially noticed by the court, no proof was needed to be adduced to prove its existence.
(2) Wigmore identified three general classes of matters that were authorized to be judicially noticed:
Alliance MLA David Ford, SDLP leader Colum Eastwood, Sinn Fein MLA John O'Dowd and the Greens' Steven Agnew are also seeking to judicially review the move.
Since October of last year more than fifty Palestinian children have been killed by Israel, some of whom were extra judicially executed.
The court said, 'We have recognised that a judicially issued subpoena can be sufficient authority of law to invade a citizen's private affairs,;
According to the firm, LDK's restructuring is believed to be the first judicially approved, multi-jurisdictional debt restructuring of its kind for a China-based entity.
The two republics said that a law adopted by Kiev on the status of Donbass is judicially null and void, RIA Novosti reported.
Mohamed Al-Hassan Hussein Sharfi, has affirmed the Judiciary readiness to cooperate judicially with Morocco.
The Supreme Court has ruled that the police cannot automatically arrest an accused in a dowry case before judicially examining it.
John could have taken advantage of this record-sealing protection following his arrest by participating in a qualifying judicially sanctioned treatment program.
The judges considered that the Commission had judicially proved the required "minimum degree of clarity".