Court Judgment

Court Judgment

 

under Soviet law, the decree of a court of first instance that concludes the hearing and resolution of a civil case. A court judgment is rendered by a majority vote of the participating judges, who deliberate in secrecy. It is given in writing and signed by all the judges who have participated in rendering it. The judgment must be legal (conform to the law) and well-founded, that is, it must correspond to the actual circumstances of the case as determined in a court session conducted in compliance with the rules of civil procedural law.

A court judgment is rendered immediately after the completion of the hearings. It consists of introductory and descriptive parts, the reasoning of the court, and the court’s decision. The judgment acquires legal force upon the expiration of the time established for appealing it. The judgments of supreme courts of the Union republics take effect immediately after they are announced.

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It seems the court wants to await the Accountability Court judgment in the family's money-laundering case.
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Petitioner Javed Iqbal Jafferi contended that Nawaz Sharif and his children were not appearing before the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) to record their statements with regard to their properties in defiance of the Supreme Court judgment.
Subsequently, the Claimant sought to have the DIFC Court judgment against the Defendant recognised and enforced in the courts of the Defendant's country of residence.
Fustolo argued that the State Court Judgment was overstated by approximately $4 million because he was personally liable only under the Guaranteed Notes, while the total amount of the judgment included the amount due on both the Guaranteed Notes and Unguaranteed Notes.
NEW DELHI -- The telecom department has approved release of performance bank guarantees of Loop Telecom, Spice Communications, Videocon Telecom and Unitech Wireless for the Delhi circle, since these companies were not allocated spectrum, due to which they were not able to roll out network and services, and ultimately, their licenses were quashed under the 2012 Supreme Court judgment.
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The decision not to continue with the case was taken in the light of a recent Supreme Court judgment.
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While talking to media outside the Supreme Court of Pakistan, he said that he was aware of the apex court judgment regarding Gilani's disqualification.
Aleksandar Dimitrov comments for Fokus that we are to perhaps win over Greece before the court but unfortunately, even before the judgment is delivered, Washington clearly advised us that the accession into the Alliance does not depend on the court judgment but on the name settlement.