adjudgement


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adjudgement

(əˈdʒʌdʒmənt) or

adjudgment

n
1. (Law) the act of adjudging
2. (Law) a judicial decision
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As people living in exile, they were obliged to comply with the adjudgement of the authority who banished them to live far away from home.
I, therefore, make it known to Don Jose Alvarez this government's right to the Pansipit fishpond, and to consider subsistent the adjudgement of the same to DoNa Glicera Marella as long as the matter binds herself to pay, aside from the stipulated price, the difference between this and that of the previous public auction, in the proportion corresponding to the length of time lacking to complete the term of one year.
However, according to a publication (www.ziare.com), Romania is below the EU average in terms of the number of infringement finding actions regarding the single market (infringement procedures) that the European Commission has launched against it, and the Romanian state has currently no adjudgement to the Court of Justice of the European Union regarding the transposition of EU directives.