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The bench also asked both the Amicus curiae and Solicitor General to file a report and apprise it about initiatives which can be taken for better development of the temple.
An Amicus Curiae is a person who may not have been hired by a party in the case but is considered impartial to offer advice or information in a case.
The court finds that an amicus curiae brief in opposition to MVP's motion for a preliminary injunction would be helpful to its determination on this matter.
Lawyers Shahab Sarki and Faisal Siddiqui appointed amicus curiae in the case
The IHC in its written order has directed National Accountability Bureau (NAB) to appoint amicus curiae.
As they stated, the text of the amicus curiae submission will soon be available on the OHR's website.
ISLAMABAD -- The Supreme Court on Wednesday appointed former federal law minister Ahmer Bilal Soofi as amicus curiae in the Memogate case.
ISLAMABAD:The Supreme Court on Wednesday appointed former federal law minister Ahmer Bilal Soofi as amicus curiae in the Memogate case.
ISLAMABAD: An amicus curiae on Monday stated before the Islamabad High Court (IHC) that an apostate should not be given capital punishment, reports a local English daily.This was stated during the hearing of a petition concerning amendments to the Election Act 2017 regarding the finality of Prophethood.
As teorias sobre amicus curiae postulam que esse instituto e instrumento de democratizacao e pluralizacao da jurisdicao constitucional, conferindo maior legitimidade a atuacao contramajoritaria das Supremas Cortes (1).
CalCPA's Amicus Curiae Committee decided last year to move forward with filing an amicus brief in the case of DeJohn vs.
The high court issued the invitation after an en banc session on Tuesday, opening the case to the public aside from appointing amici curiae (friends of the court).