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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The seven pages Nab report said that Chairman anti graft body ordered to start investigation into the matter on April 2, 2012 in compliance of top court judgment.
Knut yesterday allayed the teachers' fears, and defended the employment and labour relations court judgment of July 12 saying it did not affect the implementation of the CBA and their salary increment."We want the teachers to read in between the lines and determine who between the employer and the union is telling the truth," said Mr Sossion.
In a letter, the Singh brothers attributed their decision to a Delhi High Court judgment, upholding the plea of Japanese pharmaceutical company Daiichi Sankyo, which was slated to collect Rs 3,500 crore as award money from the duo.
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Vishrov Mukerjee, Partner, J Sagar Associates said after the Supreme Court judgment, the RBI may have to issue revised guidelines/circulars for the restructuring of stressed assets.
PTCL employees decided to file a case in Supreme court and Supreme court judgment came in their favor to treat them as Government employees but the same has not yet been implemented.
IANS New Delhi Claiming that the Supreme Court judgment on the Rafale case was "void" as it was based on "false and misleading submissions" by the Centre, the Congress on Sunday demanded an immediate recall of the apex court verdict and a notice to be issued to the Modi government for perjury and contempt of court.
No wonder, in spite of the Supreme Court judgment, Aasia Bibi is looking for political asylum in the West because she fears these religious extremists might kill her and her family.
On November 6, the Chief Justice of Pakistan (CJP) Mian Saqib Nisar had taken notice of the massive losses caused to the public property during the riots in the wake of the court judgment and directed compensation for those who suffered.
A personal injury plaintiff can file a motion for nonsuit after commencement of the circuit court trial, which will annul the district court judgment and rulings.
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The trade union leader said the Kashmir government in its afresh affidavit before the Supreme Court had not quoted from the full court judgment as the Registrar had told J&K lawyers that the "record pertaining to the full court judgment had been misplaced."