decreet

decreet

(dɪˈkriːt)
n
(Law) Scots law the final judgment or sentence of a court
[C14: decret, from Old French, from Latin dēcrētum decree]
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Om de besluitvorming efficint te Laten verlopen wordt De Nieuwe frfarande van het decreet complexe projecten gevolgd.
CODIFICATIE van 11 oktober 2013 VAN DE DECRETALE BEPALINGEN BETREFFENDE HET HOGER ONDERWIJS [CODEX HOGER ONDERWIJS], as endorsed by Decreet tot bekrachtiging van de decretale bepalingen betreffende het HOGER ONDERWIJS, gecodificeerd op 11 oktober 2013 (1), Dec.
La Het Vlaamse Media Decreet (Ley de Radiodifusion Flamenca) establece que la representacion debe ser "equilibrada", pero no existe un metodo real de calculo.
26) Memorie van Toelichting [Explanatory Memorandum], Ontwerp van Decreet betreffende de radio-omroep en televisie, Parl.
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9) The innocent party was free to remarry anyone, while the guilty party could remarry but not the person named in the decreet.
I have, in all cases, given the timing to the first decreet awarding the divorce.
It was only from 1824 onwards, when the extracted decreet was just the final interlocutor granting the divorce, that this became standardised at 16 or 17 shillings.
As Milne had been named in the decreet Sarah was not allowed to marry him.
Occasionally there is a 'scroll' decreet, a draft awaiting someone to fill in all the details of the lybel, proof etc.