natural justice


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natural justice

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(Law) the principles and procedures that govern the adjudication of disputes between persons or organizations, chief among which are that the adjudication should be unbiased and given in good faith, and that each party should have equal access to the tribunal and should be aware of arguments and documents adduced by the other
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But to represent the Almighty as avenging the sins of the guilty on the innocent, was indecent, if not blasphemous, as it was to represent him acting against the first principles of natural justice, and against the original notions of right and wrong, which he himself had implanted in our minds; by which we were to judge not only in all matters which were not revealed, but even of the truth of revelation itself.
Your father, a man of the last century, evidently stands above our contemporaries who so condemn this measure which merely reestablishes natural justice.
I know all that, for it is with the justice of all countries especially that I have occupied myself -- it is with the criminal procedure of all nations that I have compared natural justice, and I must say, sir, that it is the law of primitive nations, that is, the law of retaliation, that I have most frequently found to be according to the law of God.
The TSC told the Employment and Labour Relations Court the decision to sack the nominated MP was within the law, principles of natural justice and public interest.
PESHAWAR -- The politicians and lawyers fraternity here Friday highly lauded the decision of Peshawar High Court (PHC) for striking down an impugned amendment made by the PTI-led Government to the KP Ehtesab Commission (KPEC) Act 2014 and declared it in line with spirit of constitution and principles of natural justice.
The has arbitrarily mentioned the date of eligibility as Sept 1 against the norms of natural justice and fair play.
Out of respect of the rule of natural justice, the Committee will inform him about the decision and give him five working days to explain why he should not be removed from Icasa, said Mr Humphrey Maxegwana, the Chairperson of the Committee.
This slipshod and hasty decision not only lacks reasons but is contrary to the established principle of natural justice.
Most important of all, the rule of natural justice - agreed upon universally - must be honoured by society.
This action is being seen as a violation of the principles of natural justice and unwarranted.
Both can kill and it is incompatible with natural justice that car manufacturers are the judge and jury on the lives their customers.
A GROUP OF CATHOLIC theologians, priests and bishops have written a letter to the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith (CDF), calling for the Vatican office to change its procedures for investigations "contrary to natural justice and in need of reform," the National Catholic Reporter reported in April.