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jurist

a student or graduate of law
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Eventually, in the 10th century, these schools reached a compromise which had as its purpose the putting of an end to the further development of Islamic law by juristic processes.
Two further juristic commentaries indicate an awareness of soldiers' mental problems.
clarifies "absence of juristic reason" as meaning "that there is no reason in law or justice for the defendant's retention of the benefit conferred by the plaintiff, making its retention "unjust" in the circumstances of the case.
2) A provision of the Bill of Rights binds a natural or a juristic person if, and to the extent that, it is applicable, taking into account the nature of the right and the nature of any duty imposed by the right.
Abdulrahim Al Awadi, Executive Director at the UAE Central Bank and Head of its Anti-money Laundering and Suspicious Cases Unit, said the first resolution calls for freezing assets of 12 natural and juristic personalities while the second one imposes a freeze on assets of seven Libyans.
For a juristic person, the first-offence fine is 3000 to 30 000 leva, both sums doubling for a second offence.
The Cabinet also hailed the Forum on Justice and Media organized by the Ministry of Justice in collaboration with the Ministry of Culture and Information and the National Committee of Lawyers, stressing the importance of cooperation between the two ministries to spotlight the facts through raising the awareness of juristic culture and its dissemination among various strata of the society.
The exhibition displays all Al-Awqaf's publications, especially "The Juristic Encyclopedia" which regarded as the pride of Kuwait as well as the Arab and Islamic World.
The shareholder may be a natural person (business law terminology for a human being), a juristic one (a legally recognised entity -- such as a firm -- having a distinct identity, duties and rights), Iraqi or other.
The notice sent to Khan by the IT department said: "The company is an artificial juristic person devoid of any natural senses such as love and affection.
03% of THAI's total issued shares, existing shareholders of the Company (excluding the MOF), whose names appear in the share registrar book as of August 30, 2010 and retail investors who are Thai individuals residing in Thailand or juristic persons registered in Thailand and are not institutional investors along with retail investors who may also subscribe at the same price as the MOF and existing shareholders.
According to the Bank's website: "The Bank is a juristic person in terms of its own Act.