Judgment

Judgment in Asia

Definition of Judgment in Judgment in the Legal Dictionary. See encyclopedic entry about Judgment In the Legal Wiki Encyclopedia: Judgment.

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Judgment: (Discernment), noun

  • ability to distinguish
  • acumen
  • acuteness
  • analysis
  • apperception
  • appraisal
  • assessment
  • astuteness
  • awareness
  • circumspection
  • close observation
  • cognitive faculties
  • cognitive powers
  • comprehension
  • conclusion
  • consideration
  • consilium
  • contemplation
  • critical faculty
  • critical spirit
  • criticalness
  • critique
  • decision
  • diagnosis
  • discrimination
  • discursive faculties
  • estimate
  • estimation
  • evaluation
  • examination
  • exhaustive inquiry
  • grasp
  • incisiveness
  • inquiry
  • insight
  • inspection
  • intellectual faculties
  • intellectual powers
  • intuition
  • iudicium
  • judiciousness
  • keenness
  • mental faculty
  • observation
  • opinion
  • penetration
  • perception
  • perceptiveness
  • percipience
  • perspicacity
  • perspicuousness
  • probing
  • quickness
  • ratiocination
  • rational faculty
  • rationality
  • reasoning
  • reasoning faculties
  • reasoning power
  • review
  • sagacity
  • sapience
  • sharpness of mind
  • understanding
  • weighing
  • Associated Concepts: failure to exercise reasonable judgmentforeign phrases: Jncivile est
  • nisi totalegeperspecta
  • una aliqua particula ejus proposita
  • judicare
  • vel respondere
  • it is improper to pass judgment upon a portion of it
  • Judicia in deliberationibus crebro maturescunt
  • in accelerato processu nunquam
  • Judgments frequently mature by deliberations
  • never by hurried process
  • never by hurried process

Judgment: (Formal court decree), noun

  • adjudgment
  • adjudication
  • announcement
  • arbitrament
  • assessment
  • censure
  • conclusion
  • condemnation
  • consideration
  • decision
  • declaration
  • decree
  • determination
  • evaluation
  • finding
  • iudicium
  • judicature
  • judicial assertion
  • legal decision
  • opinion
  • order
  • precedent
  • pronouncement
  • recommendation
  • report
  • resolution
  • result
  • ruling
  • sentence Associated Concepts: advisory judgment
  • collateral attack on a judgment
  • conditional judgment
  • confession by judgment
  • consent judgment
  • declaratory judgment
  • default judgment
  • deficiency judgment
  • docketing a judgment
  • enforcement of a judgment
  • execution of judgment
  • final judgment
  • foreign judgment
  • full faith and credit
  • interlocutory judgment
  • judgment by confession
  • judgment creditorjudgment debtor
  • judgment in rem
  • judgment lien
  • judgment non obstante veredicto
  • judgment roll
  • money judgment
  • opening a default judgment
  • personal judgment
  • relief from judgment
  • res judicata
  • satisfaction of a judgment
  • vacating a judgment foreign phrases: Ubi eadem ratio ibi; idem jus; et de similibus idem est judicium
  • Where there is the same reason
  • there is the same law; and where there are similar situations
  • the judgment is the same
  • Respiciendum est judicanti ne quid aut durius aut remissius cotistituatur quam causa deposcit; nec enim aut severitatis aut clementiaegloria affectanda est
  • It is a matter of import to ajudge that nothing should be either more leniently or more severely construed than the cause itself demands; for the glory neither of severity nor clemency should be affected
  • Non exemplis sed legibus judicandum est
  • Judgment should not be rendered from examples
  • but by the law
  • Res judicata pro veritate accipitur
  • A thing which is adjudicated is accepted or received for the truth
  • Judicium non debet esse illusorium; suum effectum habere aebet
  • Ajudgment ought not to be illusory; it ought to have its proper effect
  • Judicium a non suo judice datum nullius est momenti
  • A judgment by one who is not the proper judge is of no force
  • Every conclusion of a good and true judgment arises from good and true premises
  • and the verdicts of jurors
  • In praeparatoriis ad judicium favetur actori
  • In those matters preceding judgment the plaintiff is favored
  • Frustra agit qui judicium prosequi nequit cum effectu
  • He sues vainly who cannot prosecute his judgment with effect
  • Sacramentum habet in se très comités
  • veritatemjustitiam
  • et judicium; veritus habenda est in jurato; justifia et justicium in judice
  • An oath has in it three componentstruth
  • justice
  • andjudgment; truth in the party swearing; justice and judgment in the judge administering the oath
  • Veredictum
  • quasi dictum veritatis; ut judicium
  • quasi juris dictum
  • as it were
  • the expression of the truth; as a judgment is the expression of the law
  • Judicium semper pro veritate accipitur
  • A judgment is always taken for truth
  • Judiciis posterioribus fides est adhibenda
  • Credit should be given in the more recent decisions
  • Judex non redditplus quam quodpetens ipse requirit
  • Judex non redditplus quam quodpetens ipse requirit
  • A judge should not render judgments for a larger sum than the plaintiff demands
  • Parum est latam essesententiamnisimandeturexecutioni
  • lt is not enough that sentence should be given unless it be reduced to execution
  • Frustra agit qui judicium prosequi nequit cum effectu
  • He sues vainly who cannot prosecute his judgment with effect
  • Sacramentum habet in se très comités
  • veritatemjustitiam
  • et judicium; veritus habenda est in jurato; justifia et justicium in judice
  • An oath has in it three componentstruth
  • justice
  • andjudgment; truth in the party swearing; justice and judgment in the judge administering the oath
  • Veredictum
  • quasi dictum veritatis; ut judicium
  • quasi juris dictum
  • A verdict is
  • as it were
  • the expression of the truth; as a judgment is the expression of the law
  • Judicium semper pro veritate accipitur
  • A judgment is always taken for truth
  • Judiciis posterioribus fides est adhibenda
  • Credit should be given in the more recent decisions
  • Judex non redditplus quam quodpetens ipse requirit
  • A judge should not render judgments for a larger sum than the plaintiff demands
  • Parum est latam essesententiamnisimandeturexecutioni
  • lt is not enough that sentence should be given unless it be reduced to execution

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