nonjudicial

nonjudicial

(ˌnɒndʒuːˈdɪʃəl)
adj
(Law) law not related to a judgment in court or by a judge
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The Intending Bidders Shall Upload The Undertaking As Additional Document On Nonjudicial Stamp Paper Of Rs.
On Monday, Sugden filed a motion for the gag order "to bar any further nonjudicial statements, declarations or representations of facts by both parties" because the case has generated "considerable interest" and made the local, regional and national news.
He also advocated the establishment of a nonjudicial criminal review committee, whose mandate would include receiving petitions and conducting investigations to establish the veracity of claims, such as those made by inmates in prisons.
Supreme Court's recent decision placing a law firm beyond the reach of federal debt collection law includes an important caveat that will shift the focus of rather than end consumer protection litigation against those in the business of executing nonjudicial foreclosures.
Under these regimes, nonjudicial political authorities refrain from intervening in judicial decisions, or intervene only in a quite predictable manner.
Because the IRS did not receive proper notice, the tax liens were not discharged by the nonjudicial foreclosure sale, and they remained on the property.
Ripken, an appointed jurist who has faced an election challenge, told the committee of her discomfort in performing the nonjudicial tasks of waving signs, knocking on doors and participating in parades.
This imperative impels the CJ to move into nonjudicial endeavors, like working for better compensation, better security and better facilities for judges.
Guthmann said that the reference to nonjudicial expungements was mentioned in the complaint, putting Swanson's side on notice that the argument would be made.
This is a 12-member committee that renders 20 to 25 written advisory opinions a year to inquiring judges and judicial candidates regarding application of the Code of Judicial Conduct to specific instances of contemplated judicial and nonjudicial conduct.
Under the facts of the letter rulings, the terms of a trust that provided for discretionary distributions to the descendants of the primary beneficiary during the primary beneficiary's lifetime were reformed pursuant to a binding, nonjudicial settlement agreement so that the QSST requirement limiting distributions to the current beneficiary during the beneficiary's lifetime would be satisfied.
The proposal also introduces the nomination of nonjudicial figures, such as representatives of the bar association, university professors and other professionals.