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judicative

(ˈdʒuːdɪkətɪv)
adj
1. (Law) having the function of trying causes
2. (Law) competent to judge and pass sentence
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The function of institutions which used to assume the exclusive role of legislative, executive and judicative is no longer able to accommodate, hence the doctrine of separation of power is considered as unideal.
Lord Kames characterized as an "established maxim, that the King, with whom the executive part of the law is trusted, has no part of the judicative power." henry home, Lord Kames, historical Law Tracts 308 (Edinburgh, Bell & Bradfute, 4th ed.
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(9) See, for example, Ineke Murakami, Moral Play and Counterpublic: Transformations in Moral Drama, 1465-1599 (New York, 2011), which argues that moral drama in the sixteenth century 'developed as a public forum--soliciting and honing the judicative skills of emergent, politically active publics and counterpublics' (3) and that such drama focused not on the 'high politics' emphasised by Walker but rather on the political agency of popular forces (4), becoming a public forum for the populace.
Such limitation is, nonetheless, detected by a judicative moment virtually present in the elaboration of scientific knowledge which permits discerning reflexively, in general and in every instance, its subjective relativity or objective reference.
Whose interests invisibly influence the sub-conscious of the decision-makers, executive or judicative?" (p.
The preceding discussion suggests a logical structure being built, a kind of scaffolding with three major arms on which the filial, civic and judicative 'realizations' of the objective will find their place as well as their cross linkages.