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res judicata

(rēz jo͞o'dĭkā`tə): see jeopardyjeopardy,
in law, condition of a person charged with a crime and thus in danger of punishment. At common law a defendant could be exposed to jeopardy for the same offense only once; exposing a person twice is known as double jeopardy.
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Based on the rule of res judicata, a litigant ought to include in the action or the counterclaim all the causes supporting it and if he omits to raise before the Court a cause which could have been included in the original proceedings, he will not be allowed to raise it in any subsequent action.
Litigants, particularly Florida appellate practitioners who represent appellants on appeal, simply must recognize that appellant's counsel may just be the recipient of the ubiquitous PCA if for no other reason than the points of law raised are so well settled that a further writing would serve no useful purpose, (57) and while this article may seemingly have been about nothing, a PCA may lawfully establish that a subsequent action is res judicata and also may establish the law of the case.
In Res Judicata, which is both a legal Latin term that means "final decision" and the name of his champion racehorse, Joy proves that his artwork is "a final expression of my abstract imagination." Blessed with fertile imagination so abundant that he has a revolution of a thousand and one imaginings any time that he sits down or stands up to paint in his studio Joy interprets his views of the world or the current state of his heart and mind on his canvas.
The court then agreed with the trial judge that some of the state claims not raised in the federal case were precluded by res judicata.
The Board failed to recognize these differences when it dismissed the petition based on res judicata and collateral estoppel, relying on the faulty premise that the two petitions sought essentially the same relief.
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Besides, it should be final and conclusive without leaving any scope for pending appeal in the rendering state, while having the effect of res judicata which means a matter that has been adjudicated by a competent court and therefore, may not be pursued further by the same parties.
A representative from the AG told the judge that the state was under the assumption that after the Kenya Association of Manufacturers (KAM) case against the plastic ban was thrown out the matter had rested there res judicata, and assumed 'the new case compensation would equally fall.'
They also agreed that SIS would not raise objections based on 'res judicata' ?
DP World's press release does not emphasise, though, that the decision of the English Court is merely a provisional measure which is neither final nor res judicata and is therefore not conclusive."
Hoffman (Goodhue County)<br />https://mn.gov/law-library-stat/archive/ctapun/2018/OPa180027-071618.pdf<br />&nbsp;<br />&nbsp;<br />Legal Malpractice<br />Res Judicata<br />Appellants challenged the District Court's dismissal with prejudice of their legal malpractice claims as barred by res judicata. Appellants argued that res judicata was not applicable for procedural dismissals and that the current action is based on new evidence.