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It is not permitted for a natural or juristic person to utilise or make use of any touristic site without a licence from the Ministry of Tourism.
Sayyid Khalid bin Hamad Al Busaidi who was among the honoured public and juristic figures said, "I am very happy to have this honour, which undoubtedly comes from the GCC leaders and the ministers of youth and sports in the GCC countries for the importance of the role played by Gulf youth in the social and sports renaissance".
The Pakistan Bar Council (PBC) member Raheel Kamran Sheikh said as a matter of principle, only the best of the high court judges should be appointed as an SC judge and the nomination for that should be based on competence, integrity, performance and juristic ability and not necessarily on seniority.
A chapter on the public policy of Pakistan has been included and the grounds for refusal of enforcement of foreign awards under the New York Convention have been discussed with the help of foreign case law and juristic viewpoints.
The indicator with the lowest NTS ratio is Exports at 0.13, followed by real GDP at 0.15, House Price Index at 0.20, Consumer Price Index at 0.27, Foreign Reserve at 0.32, Real Effective Exchange Rate at 0.65, Stock Exchange of Thailand index at 0.66, Juristic Act and Right Registration Fee for Property at 0.69, Lending Rate at 0.73 and Broad Money at 0.86 (see Figure 2).
The Bahrain-based GCC Commercial Arbitration Centre, which begins its new session in the new year, is an integrated juristic entity that operates independently, its secretary general Ahmad Najem told KUNA.
Fadel discusses the situation in which a layperson (muqallid) is faced with juristic disagreement-legal pluralism--challenging us to think beyond the epistemological paradigm and focus instead on the role of the psycho-social relationship of trust between the layperson and the jurist: which mujtahid does the muqallid follow in this case?
Professor of Juristic Policy at the Naif College for National Security, Saad Al-Quwaie, told Al Hayat newspaper that the involvement of women in Islamic jurisprudence and their participation in scientific activities was one of the key issues in the Kingdom.
Sa'd al-Quwa'ie, professor of juristic policy at the (late crown prince) Nayef College for National Security, told al-Hayat daily involving women in Islamic jurisprudence and getting them to participate in scientific activities had always been one of the key issues in the kingdom.
He was talking to newsmen after addressing the inaugural session of two day First International Conference on Contemporary Juristic Issues (FICCJI) HITEC University, Taxila Wednesday.
A seminal and informative work of impressive scholarship, "The Psychology of Juries" should be considered an essential and core addition to professional, law firm, college, and university library Psychology collections in general, and Judicial and Juristic supplemental studies reading lists in particular.
Surely, Allah watches over everything." Professor Zain highlighted characteristics that al Amiri used to compare religions, including elements of worship like prayer, fasting and juristic issues.