locus standi


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locus standi

(ˈstændaɪ)
n
(Law) law the right of a party to appear and be heard before a court
[from Latin: a place for standing]
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were untidy persons, with a low Italian standard; but I afterward recognized that a lodger who had forced an entrance had no locus standi as a critic.
Rucastle, so I think, Watson, that we had best escort Miss Hunter back to Winchester, as it seems to me that our locus standi now is rather a questionable one.
India rejected the attempts of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation to raise the Kashmir issue at the United Nations, stating that it has no locus standi to comment on India's internal affairs.
In the review petition filed through Sardar Latif Khosa, jatoi said that private persons under the garb of civil society personnel, for wholly ulterior motivations, having fractured irrelevant consideration under Article 185(3) of the Constitution, had petitioned, but in the light of strenuously opposed locus standi, their petition/appeal was not processed and instead converted into a suo moto appeal, which, decided with utmost respect, was too not maintainable.
The current matter at the High court seeking to legalise homosexuality lacks merit, locus standi and should be kicked out with immediate effect.
The PTI filed writ petitions in the Islamabad High Court twice seeking suspension of scrutiny of its accounts by the ECP, questioning its jurisdiction and locus standi of the petitioner and founding member of the party, Mr Babar.
Unfortunately, the senate amplified the obiter dictum (statement by the way) in the judgment, ignoring the most important part which was dismissal of the suit over locus standi, thus, of no effect.
He asked prosecution counsel Faisal Siddiqui to convince the point of locus standi.
The bench, headed by the CJP, asked counsel Faisal Siddiqui to convince the point of locus standi.
Satpuda Foundation President Kishor Rithe attacked SI for what he termed as its"suo moto, anti-India campaign"which has no locus standi, and without being aware of the ground realities.
On Nov 26, 2015, the PTI had challenged the ECP order before the Islamabad High Court, which finally remanded the case back to the ECP on Feb 15 this year to review its jurisdiction and locus standi of the petitioner.
The IHC remanded the case back to the ECP on Feb 15 this year, directing it to review its jurisdiction and the locus standi of the petitioner.