personal judgment

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Noun1.personal judgment - a judgment rendered against an individual (or corporation) for the payment of money damages
judicial decision, judgment, judgement - (law) the determination by a court of competent jurisdiction on matters submitted to it
corp, corporation - a business firm whose articles of incorporation have been approved in some state
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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For him, whether there is basis to declare martial law is 'all a matter of personal judgment of the executive' and 'a prerogative that is exclusive to the Chief Executive.
7) To this end, the plaintiff attempted to assert three distinct injuries: (1) the FCC's approval terminated fees that the new licensee allegedly owed to The Watch; (8) (2) entry of a personal judgment against him resulted in lost job opportunities; (9) and (3) The Watch's valuation had fallen dramatically as a result of the action.
That is apparently Koester's personal judgment, but one not shared by Stowe or the many Christian Spiritualists of the Victorian era.
1 million debt tied to a personal judgment from Timberdell Road Group LLC of Oklahoma City.
Trevian Capital funded a USD6,075,000 first-mortgage bridge loan secured by a 99-unit independent senior living facility in Durham, NC, to a sponsor with a USD34,000,000 personal judgment against him.
It is up to the Tenderer to make a personal judgment here.
It also granted the judge presiding the polling station the right to further cut that time short or deny the observer entrance depending on his personal judgment of "how the observer's presence could obstruct the electoral process".
This is just a cry to realize that the truth is scattered all over the place, that a story has so many faces and colors, that you only need to read and weigh them against your own personal judgment.
I was really captivated by how much of their work comes down to their own personal judgment or intuition about things.
Personal judgment of a public officer's own merit is self-serving and subject to review by fellow officers like the COA auditors duly authorized by the Constitution.
This was shown by her remarks about the pope's infallibility, personal judgment of others, intrinsic moral evil, division between Pope Francis and Pope Benedict, misstating the church's position on homosexuality, condemnation of a major religious order, etc.
Many corporations have dysfunctional career development approaches that rely on personal judgment or incompetent method that does not meet the new generation aspirations or respond to market dynamics or changes.

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