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res judicata (rās´ joo´dikä´tə),

adj decided or determined by judicial power; a thing judicially decided.
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8) J G Norris, 'The Wife's Position as a Secured Creditor in Her Husbands Bankruptcy' (1935) 1 Res Judicatae 20.
9) C I Menhennitt, 'Administrative Tribunals in Victoria' (1935) 1 Res Judicatae 28.
10) G H Lush, 'Imprisonment in Civil Cases' (1935) 1 Res Judicatae 38.