judge-made

judge-made

adj
(Law) based on a judge's interpretation or decision (esp in the phrase judge-made law)
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"This was an event in 2005."If he made the request in Slovenia, a member of the European Union since May 2004, he would be supported by a judge-made law and Google would, probably, be ordered to remove the story from its search engine so that nobody in Europe can read it.
In Kenya, however, there is no law, judge-made or statutory, that requires the expungement of court records as a right to be forgotten.Article 35 of the Constitution, however, states that "every person has the right to the correction or deletion of untrue or misleading information that affects the person".
The book is divided into five parts: legislation and regulation, judge-made law, social norms and customs, international law, and federalism, legal harmonization, and development.
X and Y argue that the anticipatory assignment doctrine is a judge-made antifraud rule with no relevance to their contingent fee contracts.
Constitutionally-enforceable gay rights are a judge-made invention from beginning to end.
Sonny was unaware, as are so many employers, that the judge-made law, the common law, usually imposes an additional obligation to pay severance pay to long-term employees.
'When it comes to criminal justice in this country, we want jury-made justice not judge-made justice,' he said.
Judge-made law favored money "interests" over the people.
The topics include the role of the Italian Constitutional Court in interpreting and implementing the recent constitutional reform, constitutional jurisprudence and the construction of the autonomic state, judicial federalism in Germany, the Constitutional Court and Russian federalism 1995-2004, judge-made federalism in Canada, and the state supreme court in American federalism.
"For our part, we, the people, will do well to remember that every constitutional restraint, textual or judge-made (emphasis added), on the powers of the legislative and executive branches is ipso facto and necessarily a transfer of power to the Court and the courts.