revisional

revisional

(rɪˈvɪʒənəl)
adj
another word for revisory
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These include are non-enforcement by the courts of the law of costs by courts; (ii) non-enforcement by the courts of the law of perjury; (iii) lack of judge-driven case management; (iv) absence of maximum time-limits for suits; (v) excessive interference in the progress of trial by appellate and revisional courts; (vi) dilution of regulator powers of trial courts through case law (vii) non-availability and non-disclosure of vital judicial statistics; and (viii) absence of an updated and comprehensive judicial policy.
Em contrapartida, como destacado pelo juiz Harlan, o parametro da self-restraint, embora seja indispensavel para o exercicio do poder constitucional revisional, nao tem aplicacao significativa na esfera das liberdades basicas.
It is also pertinent to note that honourable judge of the Lahore High Court while adjudicating the case was exercising his revisional jurisdiction to determine the validity and legality of the orders passed by learned judicial officers subordinate to him and he had the jurisdiction to set-aside their finding which he did and did so very rightly.
Iovino et al., "IFSO Worldwide Survey 2016: primary, endoluminal, and revisional procedures," Obesity Surgery, vol.
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The interntional litrature reports that 80% of such patients will have recurrent symptoms18,19 and 69% will subsequently need revisional surgery5,20-21.
[27] recently analysed 214 cases of revisional bariatric surgery following failed primary SG: their results showed a % EWL at 24 months of follow-up of 60 and 68% after conversion to RYBP and re-SG, respectively.
In 2012, the then UPA government had circulated a draft legislation to states on the issue and we had made some very important suggestions, including scrapping of the Centre's revisional authority in mining matters and giving power to states to levy tax or cess on minerals." State Steel and Mines Minister Prafulla Mallick also criticised the Centre for not consulting the state before bringing the ordinance.
In the revisional study on the subfamily Striglinae, Whalley (1976) revalidated Sonagara as a monobasic genus, distributed in India, Sikkim, Formosa [Taiwan], Borneo and Hainan, and enumerated the generic features as follows: eyes without interfacetal hairs; fore tibia with tubercle, hind tibia with 2 pairs of spurs; tarsi each with rows of spines; forewing with M1 to R3 separately from cell; hindwing with Sc+R1 and R3 approaching but not touching; uncus modified with 2 lateral forks; gnathus modified, without peg-like teeth; valve with prominent apical sacculus process; female with double frenulum, sometimes triple; ostial plate relatively simple; signum in bursa.