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the final judgment in a legal proceeding

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Under adjudication, an actual case is filed through an adjudication officer, meaning the complainant will submit a position paper, the respondent will reply and there will be a rejoinder,' Castelo said.
The agency said that since its establishment, there have been eight administrative adjudication proceedings that were not resolved by issuing a consent order.
IMDA has recommended a two-stage process for the program involving mediation followed by adjudication when required.
Aquino said the PDEA is coordinating with the Department of the Interior and Local Government, Philippine National Police and National Intelligence Coordinating Agency, among others, for the adjudication process.
FBR Member Legal shall have the powers to regulate the system of adjudication including transfer of cases and extension of time-limit in exceptional circumstances, source added.
It reveals the beginning of a long history in which binding administrative adjudication has been a recurring danger and in which the due process of law has been the primary means of rejecting such adjudication.
The report reveals the number of adjudications where extra days could be imposed has increased by 47% since 2010.
The principle of independent adjudication where liberty is at risk is an important one.
Adjudication, at its core, is a process by which information is
ISLAMABAD -- The Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan's (SECP), for greater transparency and efficiency, has implemented new manuals for its enforcement, adjudication and litigation functions.
8220;We are really proud that our new eAdjudication solution will help UCR to improve efficiency while keeping the high quality in the Adjudication procedures" said Mimmo Garibbo, Director of Ethical GmbH.
Adjudication is a procedure for resolving disputes without resorting to lengthy and expensive court procedure.
They came up with this collection of essays, including a theory why theorizing about judging is dangerous for British Parliamentary debate, construction of the public in World Universities Debate Championships (WUDC), the reasonable person as an unrealistic standard, the ideal adjudicator, "unqualifying" the discipline, deputy chief adjudicators, adjudication and debate practice, judging debate without forgetting manners, students and active competitors as debate judges, "flowing the round," the burden of justification, cross-cultural and pedagogical considerations, interpreting debates, and the adjudicator as pedagogue.
One that caught my eye from this year's event, in India, looked at the viability of adjudication for dispute resolution in the UK's construction industry.
THE Supreme Court ( SC) on Monday disposed of a petition pertaining to a dispute between pilots of erstwhile Indian Airlines ( IA) and Air India ( AI) over flying the new Boeing 787 aircraft after stressing that pilots for training on the plane should be drawn equally from both AI and IA till a final adjudication of the dispute by the Bombay High Court ( HC).