Moot case

a case or question to be mooted; a disputable case; an unsettled question.

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Terming it a moot case, the Supreme Court dismissed Hawaii's lawsuit, challenging Trump administration's travel ban that blocked travelers from six majority-Muslim countries from entering the U.
In the second place, the effect of the condition would be to obstruct the administration of justice by requiring the courts to pass upon a moot case.
The evaluation process within the benchmarking relied on the students' learning reflections on the moot case, on teaching evaluations, and on unsolicited and informal student feedback.
A moot case is one that seeks to determine an abstract question that does not arise upon existing facts or rights.
Instead the majority of the Court embraced the moot case to declare, in more than 25 printed pages of judgment, that they were not going to intervene by creating any common law principle to protect the fetus.
The team beat the Singapore Management University in the final round held at Oxfords Rhodes House, winning the judges nod for their defense of hate speech legislation in the moot case.
Second, if the clause were valid, the only effect would be to obstruct justice, by requiring the court to pass on a moot case.
They obstruct the administration of justice by requiring courts to pass on a moot case.
PET explained that 'it is a settled jurisprudence that courts refrained from deciding moot cases since any decision that may be rendered will have no practical or useful purpose and therefore, cannot be enforced.