judicial admission

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Noun1.judicial admission - (law) an agreement or concession made by parties in a judicial proceeding (or by their attorneys) relating to the business before the court; must be in writing unless they are part of the court record; "a stipulation of fact was made in order to avoid delay"
concession - a point conceded or yielded; "they won all the concessions they asked for"
law, jurisprudence - the collection of rules imposed by authority; "civilization presupposes respect for the law"; "the great problem for jurisprudence to allow freedom while enforcing order"
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A misstatement by the board's counsel cannot be treated as a "judicial admission" that her nursing education in Korea was comparable to the education required for registered nurses in Virginia.
In furtherance of this position, Plaintiff submits six legal theories including (1) doctrine of merger, (2) res judicata, (3) collateral estoppel, (4) the Restatement of Law on Judgments, (5) judicial estoppel, and (6) the doctrine of judicial admission. ...
Judicial admission is a confession by the litigant or his representative having regard to the law related to an incident that is alleged against him during the course of the case pertaining to such incident.
The Grievant cannot retract a judicial admission and he should have filed a grievance against the decision with the Court of Appeal within the time limit prescribed by Article 81 but he did not as the action he filed in Court of First Instance on 09.02.12 was out of time.
Statements made in an affidavit may sometimes constitute informed judicial admission; such admissions may be duly considered by a trial court in determining the facts relevant to an action.
'Such admission made in the course of the proceedings is deemed a judicial admission and becomes binding on the accused,' the CTA said.
"The [prosecution's] motion under the rules of court is called a judicial admission that won't need other evidence.
"It's a judicial admission that they don't have a case against Revilla," he said.